Smurfo Udirty, ‘Hanna-Barbaric’, 2017, de Plume Gallery
Smurfo Udirty, ‘Hanna-Barbaric’, 2017, de Plume Gallery
Smurfo Udirty, ‘Hanna-Barbaric’, 2017, de Plume Gallery
Smurfo Udirty, ‘Hanna-Barbaric’, 2017, de Plume Gallery
Smurfo Udirty, ‘Hanna-Barbaric’, 2017, de Plume Gallery

"Hanna-Barbaric" by Smurfo Udirty is a unique ink on paper drawing signed by the artist on the front. The original, pop art drawing measures 11" H x 8.5" W. The black frame is made from durable wood with a satin finish and lightweight plexiglass. The frame measures 16" H x 14" W. There is a wire on the back for hanging. It comes with a numbered and signed certificate of authenticity from de Plume.

Smurfo Udirty’s paintings and drawings burst with an irreverent energy resulting from the deliberate synthesis of psychotic inspiration and strategic execution. Fusing street art and graffiti with contemporary painting techniques, his work is undeniable and unmistakable. The self-described “steady-handed hooligan” is also an accomplished illustrator and draftsman, producing works in pen and ink that target the depraved underbelly of popular icons and institutions. Born Christopher Weeden, Smurfo lives and works in his hometown of Brooklyn, New York.

Signature: Signed on the front

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About Smurfo Udirty

American, b. 1989, Brooklyn, NY, United States, based in Brooklyn, NY, United States

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2017