Natura Morta, 37,5 x 21 | 41 x 25 x 2 cm, Acrylic & pencil on cardboard, 2021
Natura Morta is one of our ongoing series. Inspired by the great still-life paintings, Natura Morta is picking up on the idea of "Food for thought." At the first look, these still-lifes don't reveal that the flowers' beauty contains another message. The flowers are collages made out of cut-out images from discount supermarkets advertising magazines. These arrive with the daily mail and showcase the amount of cheap, low-quality meat from industrial animal stock farming sold every day. Natura Morta (Italian) or Mrtva Priroda (Serbian) means still life but literally translated means DEAD NATURE.
Framed in a vintage gold-colored wood frame without glass. Please check out the photos below.
All artworks are unique and original pieces created by us (Greif Lazic). They come with a signed certificate of authenticity and an official invoice.
For protection reasons, the artworks are wrapped in acid-free archival tissue paper, bubble wrap and shipped in a tube.