Limited edition lithograph " J'aime Sans Pitié " by Miss-Tic, numbered & signed by hand by the artist, edition of 100 pieces.
Sold with his exclusive " Des Mots Coeurs " custom box edition of 100 pieces, signed and numbered by hand with red acrylic by the artist.
Sold with a book signed, dedicated and drawn by Miss-Tic. The sentence is "On Ne Radine Pas Avec l'Amour"
Try to own a collection of Miss-Tic art, a 31 × 31 cm (12,2" × 12,2") limited edition giclée print and box from Miss-Tic. Printed on digigraph somerset velvet enhanced paper, signed and numbered by the artist in an edition of 100 pieces, the print, the box and the book signed, drawn & dedicated captures the energy and the power of the Miss-Tic unique style.
Condition : New
Edition: 100 pieces only, sold out. Unique drawn.
Dimension Box : 27 x 27 cm (10,6 x 10,6 in)
Dimension Lithograph : 25 cm x 25 cm ( 9.9 in x 9.9 in)
Dimension Book signed drawn & dedicated : 48 x 25 cm ( 18,9 in x 9,8 in )
Recently Miss-Tic's artwork was the subject of a world price record in French gallery with a net seller price of 32 000€.
The "Des Mots Coeurs" box set is a iconic artworks of Miss Tic who ll increase in value with time.
Shipping : Will be sent in a solid box with tracking number, insurance and acknowledgment of receipt. Sold without frame.
More information about Miss-Tic :
Miss.Tic, born in 1956, in Montmartre, France, is a Parisian visual artist and poet, one of the pioneers of street art in France. She is known for her stencils of dark haired woman often seen in the streets of Paris and associated with poetry. In 1980, she goes to California and discovers Graffiti. After two years, she goes to Paris and starts applying her artistic talents in different ways, including theatrical stage sets. She joins the VLP (Vive la Peinture) movement, struck by the work of artists like the Frères Ripoulain, who hijack street posters and, in 1985, paints her first stencils on the walls of the city. The exact meaning of her alias, MISS.TIC, remains a secret, aside from it being borrowed from a Disney character. She admittedly has a soft spot for that funny little witch, committed to stealing Uncle Scrooge’s magic penny, yet constantly failing in her mission. Miss-Tic is from the same booming of urban artists as Shepard Fairey (Obey), Ben Eine, Pure Evil, Ludo, Rero, C215, Jef Aérosol, JR, Swoon, Orlinksi, Speedy Graphito, Vhils, Ernest Pignon Ernest, Picasso, Atari, Panier, Hirst, Koons, Vu, D Face, Ron, Murakami, Shrigley, Polock, Koons, Dubuffet, Buffet, Kapoor, Wesselmann, Dine, Hockney et Os Gemeos. Her poetic and humorous paintings are exactly where she wants them to be: on the walls of Paris, offered to the public, accessible by all, refusing to be locked up in museums. Her first exhibition, at the agnès b. gallery, in 1986, puts her in the spotlight. Her quirky titles are intriguing, and based on wordplay and double entendre “Maudite sorcière” – cursed witch, also an old French expression used against a mean woman, “Femmes mur” – “wall women”, also a phonetic pun for “mature women”, “Muses et Hommes” – “Muses and Men”, also a pun for Museum. Recognized early on in her practice, she is by all means an urban art icon. She has shown her works in public spaces, galleries and international art fairs. Her works have been acquired by the Fond d’art contemporain de la ville de Paris and the Albert Museum in London. She has worked for Kenzo, Comme des garçons, UCAR, Louis Vuitton and a French ministry. The city of Orly has commissioned her a public mural, and she signed the film poster for Claude Chabrol’s movie, “La Fille coupée en deux”. Because of the impossible-to-translate aspect of her poetry, her career and exhibits over the course of the last twenty-something years have been, though highly successful, very French, and very Parisian. Miss.Tic transcribes her everyday life into stencils that are usually based on the “self-portrait plus one line poem” combination. The poems are often a few words long, in the same writing style she has developed, and her seventies wild and dark hairdo is recognizable among all. Her stencils are generally applied in a single layer, but sometimes she uses two. André is one of the most popular urban artist and sells in the most popular auctions in the world alongside Seth, Basquiat, Miss-Tic , Mr Chat, JonOne, Zevs, Dran, Stik, Mr Brainwash, Kaws, Roa, Blu, Dolk, Toy, Bearbrick, Ai Weiwei, Dali, Hartung, Francis, Roy Lichtenstein, Haring, Combas, Warhol, Mesnager, Levalet, Blek Le Rat and Brusk. Her graffiti is especially present in the 13th district of Paris, where she has her studio. In recent years, Miss.Tic’s texts have become more and more central in her work. While her stencils are meticulously prepared, her texts, born from her love for wordplay, are written impulsively. And though they have little to do with political protest, Miss.Tic’s undeniably bear certain feminist connotation, a reflection of her, if not activist, personal position. The words left on the walls resonate like excerpts from a personal diary. With an unequalled sense of dialogue and poetry, she has created a language of her own, mixing shape and words, and giving the city a new voice to share.
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Box Set "Des Mots Coeurs"
- 27×27 cm
- Verkauf mit Rahmen