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Gone Lisa

This piece is from Whathisname’s Gone series – a collection of prints featuring blurry silhouettes of beloved characters from our childhood, reaching out to us from behind a veil. In this instance, the character is Lisa Simpson.

The series is an exploration of the influence these cultural figures had on us as children. Although they once shaped us as people and informed the way we saw the world, now, they are little more than fond distant memories.

Whatshisname leaves it up to the observer to decide - is Lisa holding up her hand to wave goodbye forever? Or is she asking us to remember everything she taught us?

This giclée print with hand-torn edges is from a limited edition of 50, signed and numbered by the artist.

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    Signed: Yes
    Medium: Giclee, Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 50
    Size (cm):
    SKU: EG08591
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    About the artist
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    Whatshisname was born in eastern Poland in 1982. Today he lives and works in London, UK.

    Whatshisname started creating his first digital art at the age of 7 while using Atari 130 XE. After moving to London in 2006 and having worked as an assistant to well established British artists, he creates using both digital and traditional mediums.
    The aim of his art is to express what cannot be express with words. Whatshisname wants to encourage the viewer to look at the surrounding world and question it in derisive, unorthodox way.

    An alias “Whatshisname” is inspired by the fact that Whatshisname had trouble remembering other artists’ names and by the Green Day’s song “Whatshername”.