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Characteristics of the Painting “Cargo Traffic”

Year of creation2021
Dimensions75 W × 50 H × 2 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Stylepop art
Materialsoil, canvas

Description of the Artwork “Cargo Traffic”

The work is painted according to the author's technology with high quality oil and acrylic paints. With attention to details and colorful mood chords, it is rich in physical reliefs. The work explores and is inspired by the global world, the flow of goods and communication. All this may not be so material, but look at another angle of these movements of a global nature, perhaps in one of these containers is this work traveling to his new home ...

Cargo Traffic

Vlado VesselinovBulgaria
Original artwork, 75×50 cm, 2021
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About the artist

Painting of the artist Vlado Vesselinov is a great example that the vintage style prevails lately and is also present in the world of contemporary art. The work of Vesselinov should be read as an expression of nostalgia and fascination with the past - fashion, design and pop culture of the 60s. A characteristic feature of these images is a clearly visible texture of the canvas, which remind us pages that someone snatched fr om a fashion magazine found in the attic. It's similar to the effect used by Quentin Tarantino in his recent productions, wh ere full of dirt and defects film reels pulls the audience in a unique atmosphere of a Drive-in theater. As for the colors of Vesselinov artworks, he clearly refers to the psychedelic record covers of Jimi Hendrix or Jefferson Airplaine.