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Add Fuel

Print : Screen Print 70 x 70 x 0.1 cm


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About the artwork

Artwork sold in perfect condition

Hand drawn and hand embellished four color screen print. Signed and numbered by the artist. White Keaykolour paper 300 g/m2.
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About the seller • Dijon, France

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Print: Screen Print
Dimensions cm inch
70 x 70 x 0.1 cm
Not framed
Numbered and limited to 351 copies
1 copy available
Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
Hand-signed by artist

Dark blue


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Add Fuel

Add Fuel

Portugal • Born in: 1980


Playful Street Art



Printmakers Artists

Portuguese artists

An accomplished graphic designer and illustrator, Add Fuel (Diogo Machado, 1980) has a solid reputation as a graphic artist. After creating a unique visual universe, populated by sci-fi inspired and fun creatures, the Portuguese artist recently redirected his attention to reinterpreting the language of traditional tile design and Portuguese azulejo in particular. Bringing together irony and humor, his vector drawings or stencil-based street interventions reveal awe-inspiring complexity and masterful attention to detail.

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