Paul Insect

The Ultimate Journey – Blue, 2018

Edition of 20 71 x 97 cm
Produced as 10 colors screen print on a 410gsm somerset radiant white paper with glazes and glitter and large diamond dust on the face and clouds. Paper size 97 x 71 cm and image size 92 x 67.4 cm with the edges cut. Important note: The diamond dust on the print can fall off a little bit this is not a mistake but a part of the print. 

€ 2.000,00

Including VAT
Inside EU

VAT considerations:
For NL Consumers & Companies € 2.000,00
For EU Consumers € 2.000,00
For EU Companies € 1.887,00
Outside EU Consumers & Companies € 1.887,00

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6 months of close collaborative efforts between Paul Insect, Avant Arte and Coriander Studios

Each print is individually signed and numbered by Paul Insect
Produced as 10 colors screen print on a 410gsm heavy weight paper
The final product is created using cutting edge methods and techniques such as over printing, gloss varnish, UV varnish, glass glitter and diamond dust

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Paul Insect


Street art’s more chaotic language has morphed into elements of graphic quality, clean design, and playful motifs. The studio is still much the same, layered with colour, curious objects and spray cans.

The roots in street art and culture were firmly set, and they were surely not without success. As a stencil and graffiti artist Paul Insect set trends and milestones working with like-minded artists like Banksy on projects like the Cans Festival, Santas Ghetto, and the separation wall in Palestine.

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