DRIP’IN at Achetez de L’Art
For its first street art exhibition in Paris, DRIP’IN is partnering with the “Achetez de l’Art” gallery.
From 12 to 31 March 2021, the eponymous gallery located at 24 rue de Lappe in Paris 11 (m° Bastille) will be exhibiting the colourful and roaring “Lion King” by French artist Céz’Art and the breathtaking “Imagination” by American street artist Frenemy.
These two magnificent pieces stand alongside the gallery’s exceptional works. Indeed, objects and pieces by Invader, John Hamon, Arthur Simony and other talented artists are gathered for an exceptional exhibition dedicated to street art.
The history of humanity is also the history of creativity, of the expression of singularity.
While health crisis reminds us that we are living beings with needs that we must continue to satisfy and fragilities in the face of which we must come together, they must not obscure the properly human dimension of our existences: culture. To decompartmentalize is to continue to discover, to question, to enrich and to pass on, in short, to keep ourselves awake. Art allows us not to reduce man to his body and to reconnect with the greatness of humanity.
“Achetez de l’Art” gallery Rue de Lappes – Paris
Street Art Lovers
DRIP’IN is in love with street art and acts for the greatest artistic movement of this century.
As a designer of objects in collaboration with international street artists, DRIP’IN’s mission is to bring art from the street walls to the walls of our homes.
The objects are directly inspired by the colourful murals painted by our artists all over the world. Thus, “Lion King” is painted on a wall of more than 20m long in Guéret – France, while “Imagination” was painted on the wall of a large grocery shop in Oklahoma City – USA.
DRIP’IN uses for these objects the same materials as those on which the artists paint: our lithographs are made of steel, like the trains, doors and technical rooms. In addition to the nod to the artists, these materials are sustainable, recyclable and meet our desire to minimize the use of plastic in our objects.
For these exceptional lithographs, DRIP’IN uses stainless steel which is laser cut for a perfect result. We then print the work on the cut piece, with a special registration protocol that required more than 6 months of development.
Each edition is fully inspected, numbered and hand-packed in a box specifically designed for this unique object.
“Lion King” and “Imagination” are limited to 99 pieces each worldwide.
Hand signed certificate by artists is provided with every artwork.
These two editions are also existing in triptych version for a wider scale object, “Lion King Triptych” and “Imagination Triptych“.