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The Prize

Be the proud owner of this irreverent Audrey Pop Art piece painted by the influential artist Fabrice Ginero.

Fabrice Ginero has been inspired by Pop Art legends such as Andy Warhol, Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquais. The young Fabrice Ginero, a native of Barcelona, ​​began to experiment with his own paintings and stencils in the mid-90s. A few years later, thanks to the digital revolution, Ginero's imagination knew no bounds.

Ginero's own personal style, a result of his love of superheroes, comic characters and iconic personalities combined with bold colors, catchy slogans and surrealist situations, quickly has rapidly become a point of reference for many new artists and designers.
Since 2006, most of Ginero's works have been prepared on aluminum and fixed by a thick layer of resin, thus creating a brilliant contrast and an explosion of color.

Features:

Resin coated aluminum
Dimensions: 100x100cm

The Cause

As you may have noticed, the world of disability and mobility is developing fast, and mentalities about the necessity to get a maximum of accessible places have been evolving.

It is increasingly common to talk about the “Disability market” because the tourism sector is aware that there is a real opportunity to attract and retain new customers, who were often cast aside in the past. Unfortunately, a large amount of persons with reduced mobility still do not travel and are often reluctant to move into unfamiliar surroundings. 

80% of people do not travel because they do not get responses to their requests, and the necessary information in order to prepare their trip in the best possible way. The Wheeling Around the World Foundation’s aim is to break down the barriers in order to enable everyone to travel in the best possible conditions, and to fulfill their dreams. 

The Wheeling Around the World Foundation also intends to be the spokesperson of disability and mobility, in order to heighten the awareness of institutions and the tourism industry about the importance of accessibility for everyone.

Additional Details

  • In condition as donated.
Item #P26145

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