"More Taste Than Money" is a colourful and chaotic throwback to the 1950s, using portraits, roses, and newsprint symbolizing that era. The "great pain cure" referenced in the piece is taken from advertising copy for a medicinal elixir-made with alcohol-sold during the time of prohibition. As a focal point among the colours and the stark, black linework and brushstrokes, it instead suggests that art is what kills pain.
Artist: Liam Mojique Legault
Each print designed by hand, transferred and then digitally printed
100% silk scarf
Measuring 65 cm by 65 cm / 25.5" by 25.5"
Designed in Canada
The edges are hand-rolled
To be delivered in its own storage box
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