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FAR FROM HOME

$2,041.00 $2,041.00 Edition of 50

65cm x 49cm 65cm x 49cm

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LY extolls droll wanderlust in greyscale scenes roamed by imagined character, LUV.

 

FAR FROM HOME, a print edition of 50 based on an original painting created specially for the collaboration, depicts LY’s signature, ambiguously-coded creature wearing a hooded sweater emblazoned with its own likeness.

 

Each hand-pulled, 13 layer silkscreen is printed on Somerset Tub Sized Satin 410gsm paper and finished with a gleaming platinum leaf embellishment. Prints will be individually signed, dated and numbered.

 

Launch Details

On the day of launch we will hold a randomised allocation draw for those who register their interest on this page.


Results will be announced at 14:00 BST on Wednesday 15th September. The deadline for entries will be 24 hours beforehand, at 14:00 BST on Tuesday 14th September.


Accompanying Edition

FAR FROM HOME will launch alongside an accompanying bronze sculpture edition — Standing with LUV. For more details, click here.

 

Delivery

Please not that all orders for FAR FROM HOME will be dispatched in late September.

 

Moonlight Inc.
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We produce all of our works using the world’s best printing houses in collaboration with our artists

Felipe Pantone
“The quality of your packaging is astonishing”

We ship every Avant Arte edition in custom made wooden boxes with foam and board protection

AA collector
"This piece is truly something we will cherish forever. Thank you for all that you do for the art community!”

And deliver them by international courier together with with certificates of authenticity and bespoke handling gloves

LY Artist Portrait

Japanese painter LY depicts the streets of Tokyo through the prism of her imagination.

"My drawing creatures are my dear darlings, I consider each of them as an individual."

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