Pinocchio Original artwork

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A chromogenic print (huh?!) In other words: a digital print on special photographic paper at no extra cost (don’t say we’re not good to you).

Fine art paper
Special (oooooh) art paper giving a rich matt finish used on either Hahnemuhle or Epson fine art. N/A for canvas or plexi glass. Frame is advised with fine art paper to protect the edges.


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Artwork description

In many traditions the donkey or 'ass' is a metaphor for the more vulgar amongst us, and Angelucci's black Donkey is inspired by the story of Pinnochio and Pleasure Island, where the 'naughty' boys, after they've had their fill of destruction and debauchery slowly grow ears, hoofs, and transform into asses. What lies within Angelucci's black Donkey? Only he knows.

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About the artist

Paolo Angelucci (1978) is an emerging Italian artist from the seaside city of Pescara working in the art of polaroids, but with an unexpected twist. Nicknamed the ‘Instant fine-art Photographer’, Angelucci’s work is anything but instant as he patiently manipulates and lifts polaroid colour emulsions from their base to create works that seem so delicate and fragile they may fall apart with a strong blow of air. But nevertheless his artwork, framed and secure, can stand the test of time better than any Instagram photo in the digital realm.

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Pinocchio by Paolo Angelucci
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