Contemporary Spanish artist, fashion designer, and writer Domingo Zapata created his Pandamonium collection after hosting a New Years Eve party in SoHo New York. The radical artist who has undertaken such global projects as murals in the Colosseum in Rome, Plaza Hotel New York and some for the Saudi Royal family, bought a selection of teddy bear pandas and nailed them to his walls in an abstract artistic installation.
Since then, the artist has transferred these avant-garde artworks onto canvas, titling them after real pandas around the world. This artwork is titled after the 16 year-old panda Su Lin, born in San Diago Zoo, whose name means "a little bit of something very cute". The result is a bold, bright and beautiful artwork with a contemporary flare.
Media: Oil, Mixed Media, Paintings
Subjects: Wildlife, Abstract, Animals
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