Mr. Brainwash
We're All in This Together

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$2,275 CAD

Silkscreen print by Mr. Brainwash

  • 22" x 21 (without frame)
  • Signed by artist
  • Comes with a certificate of authenticity
  • Edition of 75
  • Sold framed: White floating frame
  • Hand-pulled silkscreen print

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About Mr. Brainwash

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Biography

Artist Mr. Brainwash, a pseudonym for Thierry Guetta, was born in Paris, France, and relocated to Los Angeles when he was 15. Mr. Brainwash has been adorning walls and canvases alike for more than a decade now and has become one of street art’s most intriguing personalities.

Mr. Brainwash achieved overnight fame as a result of the Oscar-nominated film Exit Through The Gift Shop. The 2010 Banksy-directed film explores the sudden rise of the street and urban art movement and uses parts of Guetta’s hours of footage acquired after coming the United States when Guetta began filming absolutely everything.
His work can be described as “Pop–Graffiti” art and is encapsulated by the fusion of historic pop imagery and contemporary cultural iconography. Mr. Brainwash works primarily with layers of screen print and stencilled images, skillfully juxtaposing cultural icons such as Einstein, Marilyn Monroe, and Kate Moss, reinventing the style of Andy Warhol.