Details: Vibrant, whimsical, 3-dimensional limited edition (281/300) print serigraph with actual shredded money border titled "Money Doesn't Grow On Trees" by New York artist Charles Fazzino, who is one of the most popular and highly collected pop-artists of all time. Signed in pencil in the lower right hand corner. This incredibly detailed piece made up of detailed paper cut outs that create this wonderful 3 dimensional effect, depicts the NYSE's chaos and energy with iconic business building featured in the background. The shredded money border is real and has come from the US mint from decommissioned bills which was done specially by Charles Fazzino and is unique to Gallery One in LA where the piece was purchased in 2008. Framed in black lacquer and matted in a black linen border. Covered in plexiglass. Your eyes will always find fun new details in this piece!
A Bit About The Artist:
Charles Fazzino American Artist: b. 1955. Over the course of his twenty-year-career, Charles Fazzino has had over forty one-man exhibitions. Charles Fazzino creates twenty to thirty new editions each year. Best known for his whimsical, exuberant renditions of New York City, Charles Fazzino has also immortalized locales such as San Francisco, Jerusalem, Munich and Atlanta, pop icons such as Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, and the characters of Walt Disney, and famous sports franchises like the New York Yankees, Miami Dolphins, and Denver Broncos. As the creator of limited edition fine art silkscreen serigraphs, Fazzino is best known for his use of vibrant colors, exceptional detail and story telling ability. After going through a hand-printed silkscreen process, each image is meticulously cut, glued, glittered, and assembled-again, all by hand. Each piece is an individual creation.
Dimensions: Frame= 42.5"w x 2" d x 49.5"h (25 lbs)
Condition: A couple of minor chips on corners of black lacquer frame. The artwork has one tiny piece of paper that has sunken or become unglued(see photos).