Tom's Drag:
Sculpture cow "Sonia"


Tom's Drag:
Sculpture cow "Sonia"

$ 900,01 (790,00 EUR)

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Limited, 300 exemplars | numbered| certificate| polyresin | artificial marble| hand-made | hand-painted | format 66 x 35 x 30 cm (W/H/D) | weight ca. 5.7 kg

Tom's Drag: Sculpture cow "Sonia"

With his individual, witty and eccentric "Drag" objects, the Saarland Thomas A. Hoffmann created a real cult. His objects breach the rigid everyday rules and spread high spirits. Each object is made manually, in great detail and with passion.

Cow "Sonia": Nobody would slaughter this holy cow: It is a herald of vitality, being painted from top to bottom in rich and bright colors. Sculpture of polyresin, painted marmorin and fiberglass. Limited edition, 300 exemplars, numbered on a brass plate. Format 66 x 35 x 30 cm (W/H/D), weight ca. 5.7 kg. With certificate.

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“The life brings colorful, but also bizarre and many-sided experiences every day” mentions the artist Thomas A. (Tom) Hoffmann. The pop artist provides some of these sides as independent: his supremely colorful furniture objects and light sculptures surprise with details; he stylized cool urban types with his funny animal sculptures that are as they are - and do not care about trends and change of fashion. Tom designed them as smart colorful animal figures. It started with some home-made Christmas presents. Later the artist remembered them in his studio and started to create: "Weird", lovingly detailed furniture objects and sculptures, where he embodied his love for the Flower Power Generation. Meanwhile, there appeared a considerable collection of individual, witty, often also provocative objects from his eccentric "Drags". All of them have one thing in common: they break rigid everyday rules and radiate good mood.

Designation for an art object (sculpture, installation), which is produced according to the will of the artist in multiple copies in a limited and numbered edition.

Artist's multiple contributed to "democratization" of art as the work was made available and affordable for a wider audience.

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