PCB Dollars (100$) is produced as a gold (ENIG) printed circuit board (PCB) by Imbue. " with COA (Certificat of authenticity)
+ (x2) "Chocolate Imbue"
+ (x2) Sticker
Limited edition of 250 out of stock. Signed and numbered in pencil on the reverse with Imbue hologram.
I offered as a bonus :
Two ‘’Emergency Supply - Chocolate Ration’’ (5g) only available at his last exhibition ‘’IS THIS REAL LIFE?’’ (01/11/19)
A Certificate of Authenticity
The note is printed on a printed circuit board and looks like the 100 dollar note of the Federal Reserve with the portrait of Benjamin Franklin.
Comes in a black anti-static box and the original plastic bag
Imbue talk about this work : ‘’ Your money is data on a computer, a new way to materialise, conceptualise currencies. ‘’
Delivery will be made with insurance and shipped with tracking.
Who is Imbue?
Imbue was born in London on 19 January 1988. He spent his childhood in the county of Kent, in the south-east of England. The artist remembers having always had a penchant for creation, a quest fuelled by his father.
"Nicknamed "the new Banksy", Imbue not only writes his name on the walls. Provocative and evil-minded, the street artist hijacks advertisements or army recruitment posters and even goes so far as to introduce a naughty Snow White on the shelves of a Disney store.
Playing with symbols, he melts a bottle of Coca Cola into the body of the Virgin Mary, hijacking religious and popular iconography to give it a new meaning. In 2008, he installs powdered sugar dispensers displaying "cocaine" and "heroin" on Brighton's pier, without being worried, questioning the public and the authorities about the drugs found on every street corner."
"Source: Tracks ARTE TV"
Imbue is inspired by modern streeart from well know artists such as Banksy, Blek Le Rat, Jeff Koons, Shepard Fairey and Doodle
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- PCB Dollars (100$)
- ENIG-Leiterplatte, integrierte Schaltung
- 6.6×15.7 cm
- 6.6×1×15.7 cm
- Verkauf mit Rahmen