Beautiful Girl, 2023

by Mr Brainwash

Painting : acrylic, Stencil, mixed media

76.2 x 55.9 cm 30 x 22 inch


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Painting: acrylic, Stencil, mixed media

Dimensions cm inch

76.2 x 55.9 cm 30 x 22 inch Height x Width x Depth


Not framed


Street art


Pop Art



Young girl


Artwork sold in perfect condition

Artwork location: Germany

Beautiful Girl by Mr. Brainwash is a mixed media artwork on paper. It is unique and of course signed by Mr. Brainwash. The picture is a tribute to his own most successful work of art, the Balloon Girl. In this new creation, however, the theme of the little girl is slightly modified.

In Mr. Brainwash's mixed media artwork titled “Beautiful Girl," we are presented with a captivating depiction of a little girl adorned in a summer dress, with two playful pigtails framing her face. The artwork exudes a sense of innocence and whimsy, as the girl is shown in a dreamy state, lifting one end of her skirt and looking down as if she were about to dance. Through the use of mixed media, Mr. Brainwash skillfully combines different artistic elements to create a visually striking composition. The vibrant colors and bold brushstrokes bring the artwork to life, evoking a sense of joy and happiness. The attention to detail in the girl's expression and body language adds depth and character to the piece, allowing viewers to connect with the young protagonist on a personal and emotional level. “Beautiful Girl" is a testament to Mr. Brainwash's unique artistic style, blending elements of street art, pop art, and contemporary art to create a visually captivating and emotionally resonant artwork.

The use of mixed media in “Beautiful Girl" adds an additional layer of complexity to the artwork. By combining different artistic techniques and materials, such as stencils, spray paint, and collage, Mr. Brainwash creates a dynamic and textured composition that grabs the viewer's attention. The juxtaposition of different textures and patterns adds depth and visual interest to the piece, while also emphasizing the artist's eclectic and experimental approach to art-making. The inclusion of collage elements, such as newspaper clippings and torn posters, further enhances the artwork's urban and contemporary feel. Overall, “Beautiful Girl" is a visually captivating and thought-provoking artwork that showcases Mr. Brainwash's talent for blending different artistic elements to create a truly unique and engaging piece.

Mr. Brainwash is a renowned contemporary street artist, known for his bold and thought-provoking mixed media pieces that challenge societal norms and perceptions. One of his most beloved works is an artwork titled 'Beautiful Girl,' which depicts a little girl with a summer dress and two pigtail braids.

The first time one lays eyes on 'Beautiful Girl,' they cannot help but be mesmerized by its vibrant colors and striking composition. The use of mixed media, including stencils, spray paint, and newspaper clippings, adds layers of depth and meaning to the piece. The little girl's face, painted in shades of pink and red, exudes innocence and purity, while the background, filled with newspaper cutouts, adds an element of chaos and complexity to the overall image.

But it is the little girl's attire that truly steals the show in this artwork. She is wearing a yellow summer dress, a traditional symbol of youth and femininity. Her two pigtail braids, adorned with colorful ribbons, give her a playful and carefree appearance. These elements, combined with the title 'Beautiful Girl,' immediately evoke feelings of nostalgia and sentimentality in the viewer. It takes us back to our own childhoods, where we too were free-spirited, innocent, and full of wonder.

However, as one takes a closer look at the piece, they begin to understand that there is more than meets the eye. Mr. Brainwash is known for incorporating social commentary into his work, and 'Beautiful Girl' is no exception. The use of newspaper clippings in the background carries a deeper meaning, representing the bombardment of news and media in our society and its impact on young minds. It raises questions about the effects of media on a child's perception of beauty and their self-image.

Furthermore, the little girl's slight smirk hints at a deeper message. It challenges conventional ideas of beauty and questions the standards that society imposes on young girls and women. Mr. Brainwash encourages the viewer to question these standards and celebrate individuality and uniqueness.

Despite its bold message, 'Beautiful Girl' still maintains a sense of childlike innocence and playfulness. The vibrant colors and whimsical composition reflect the child's carefree spirit and remind us to hold onto our inner child and not let societal pressures quell our sense of self.

In conclusion, 'Beautiful Girl' by Mr. Brainwash is not just a beautiful artwork; it is a powerful statement about societal expectations, individuality, and the resilience of the human spirit. It captures the essence of childhood, reminding us to embrace our inner child and to celebrate our unique identities without succumbing to societal pressures. It is a truly stunning piece that continues to captivate and inspire viewers, inviting us to question and challenge the norms of our society.

The film “Exit Rhough the gift Shop" about Mr. Brainwash and Banksy, which won numerous awards, resulted in sold-out Mr. Brainwash shows and exhibitions worldwide. In winter 2023 / 2024 FRANK FLUEGEL GALERIE shows new unique artworks and paintings by Mr. Brainwash in the famous ski resort Kitzbuehel / Austria like every year.

(브레인워시 씨 풍선 소녀 미스터 브레인워시 전 미스터 브레인워시)

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United States  • 1966


Mr Brainwash, the pseudonym for Thierry Guetta was born near Paris, in Sarcelles in 1966. At the age of 15, he moved to Los Angeles with his father, brothers, and sisters after their mother passed away. A video maker and pop art artist, his works are mostly in stencil or graffiti.

He took lessons at Fairfax High school for about a year but dropped out of high school to organize Hollywood events. The artist began selling vintage clothes in Los Angeles, New York, and Miami.

Mr Brainwash had a ticking in 1999 for street art, during a trip to France to visit his cousin, Space Invader, a Parisian street artist. He has a passion for video and therefore began filming all the breaks, accompanied by other street artists, like Shepard Fairey or Wevs. At this moment, the videos weren't meant to be seen. He began graffiti and became Mr Brainwash. His universe is made up of Banksy's stencils and images of Andy Warhol.

In 2009, he met the British artist Banksy and helps him launch his exhibition: Barely Legal in Los Angeles, this event attracted celebrities and art dealers. The two artists decided to realize a documentary on the world of street artists, which was a mystery up till now. The images which were shot before were then shown along with Invader, Banksy, and Mr Brainwash.

Due to this collaboration, the doc-fiction “Exit Through the Gift Shop" (ou Faites le Mur !) was born, nominated for an Oscar, presented in 2010 at the Sundance Film Festival. The film presents the meteoric rise of Mr. Brainwash on the street art scene, and his works being sold for phenomenal sums, like his Jim Morrison portrait sold for 100 000 $ or Charlie Chaplin for 50 000 $. After the movie's success, Mr Brainwash's work becomes much more popular.

But the story can be seen the other way around. It was shown that Mr Brainwash isn't a fictitious character, he did put together the movie. The fiction caught up with reality, making Mr Brainwash a true actor in the art industry.

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