Bitpix Limited Edition Art Print
Print measures 17in x 24in with 1in white border (43.18cm x 60.94cm with 2.54cm
white border). Paper measures 19in x 26in.
Edition of 20
Giclée fine art print with Bitpix RFID tag, printed on Hahnemühle 310gsm 100% cotton, certified archival and acid-free paper, using Epson UltraChrome K3 archival pigment ink.
Bitpix is the new type of limited edition art prints for the digital era. Bitpix prints contain a miniature RFID chip. Each chip comes with a unique code to prove its authenticity. Buyers of Bitpix art prints can scan the tag with their NFC enabled smartphones or enter the item number on our website to access a distinct digital voice signature recorded by the artist plus other exclusive content. Bitpix is encrypted and almost impossible to replicate. More info about Bitpix here: www.bitpix.hk
These prints by Marco Tóxico embody three of our favorite characteristics for memorable art: social commentary, wit and humor. Marco's art contains quick wit and incisive criticism that sums up the follies of our self-obsessed, pleasure-obsessed and entertainment-obsessed era. Always done in jest, with an aura of irony and sincerely, these illustrations reference the brainwashing and bewitching media, the infiltration of pop culture, and hint at corruption in both politics and in human nature. Marco exhibits a grotesquerie of characters that are both ridiculing and playful, funny yet serious. The scenarios he sets up are synonymous with the affairs of the individual, in the vein of everyday life, they will nudge the viewer at the same time delight and entertain.
About the artist:
Marco Antonio Guzman Rocabado aka Marco Tóxico is an artist, illustrator and comic whiz from La Paz, Bolivia. Marco is known for his satirical and whimsical characters in peculiar settings. At first glance, they seem like bright, playful cartoons, a second look exposes a colorful critique of the affairs and issues that dominate this generation. Marco's work has been published in Germany (Taschen, Zeixs Publishing), Argentina (Nueva Sociedad, Cabula), Belgium (Ed. Deladebrouille), Brazil (Pegasus Alado), Spain (Circulo Vicioso, Carne Liquida), France (Le Dernier Cri), Peru (Carboncito) and Venezuela (Urban Myths Comics). His prints, illustrations and cartoons have been widely exhibited in South America, Europe and the Middle East.