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Katun

Katun | Rest in Paradise 在天堂安息

Katun

Katun

Katun | Rest in Paradise 在天堂安息

Katun | Rest in Paradise 在天堂安息

Katun

b. 1986

Rest in Paradise


acrylic and spray paint on canvas

2021

signed (lower right); signed on the reverse

153 by 300 by 5 cm

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Katun

b. 1986

在天堂安息


壓克力彩及噴漆畫布

2021年作

153 x 300 x 5 公分

This work is in good overall condition as viewed. Kindly note that this condition report and photos has been provided by WWF Singapore team.


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CONCEPT OF ARTWORK

An appreciation for the lost souls.


ABOUT KATUN (MALAYSIA)

Here to make a statement in the heart of Malaysia while bridging two worlds of dark and light through Darwinism is Katun. A talented local artist, he has created a name and identity for himself through his love for reinterpreting cartoon characters as his signature graffiti style. If you have ventured out in the cultured streets of Kuala Lumpur, you were bound to cross paths with one of Katun's statement pieces - his apes. Known for its very robust body form, Katun has redefined his apes to take a humanistic silhouette while creating his own shapes that stem from their naturally disjointed limbs.