Bursting with colour and movement, this iconic original artwork by the Bisaillon Brothers inherits a fascinating history of art and alcohol. From Caravaggio’s famous 16th century painting of the Greek God of Wine ‘Bacchus’, to Jeff Koon’s unforgettable collaboration with Dom Pérignon in 2004. Most importantly, it builds upon the work of Andy Warhol, whom the Bisaillon Brothers take inspiration from. Collaborating with Absolut Vodka in the 1980s, Warhol famously blurred the line between artists and brands which the Bisaillon Brothers continue to push in their extraordinary artwork.
This bubbling and bold original artwork forms part of the Bisaillon Brothers' Pop Collection. Conceived as an intermediary between iconic imagery and culture, the Pop Collection sees the brothers illustrate classical brands through a range of medium including resin, acrylic paint, graphic design and code; all of which feature in the above original. The latter involves Michael Bisaillon’s own trinary code which he applies as a comment on the conflict between digital and analogue in contemporary society.
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Media: Mixed Media, Paintings
Subjects: Humour, Still life
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