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In a new take on her paw print series, Sudo takes a page from Andy Warhol’s book with this bold statement and pops of color. Much like herself, the paw prints are small but mighty, with the neon green and pink catching your attention immediately - this one was meant to stand out, not blend into the crowd! This simple work asks the controversial question of what art actually is, allowing the observer to make that decision for themselves. Whether you dug his soup cans or not, Sudo's use of such a bright color palette is sure to start conversations, push some artistic boundaries, and perhaps even inspire some bold action. As Warhol said himself, “art is whatever you can get away with”, so take a note from Sudo and make some audacious moves!
Print Dimensions: 4 x 6