‘Ether of the Universe’ by Thoth

£880.00

Artist: Thoth
Title:
‘Ether of the Universe’
Medium:
Acrylic on cotton paper
Dimensions:
19.6″ x 27.5″
Framing:
Unframed
Year of Creation:
2022
Artwork Will Ship From:
Mexico

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‘Ether of the Universe’ by Thoth

Artist: Thoth
Title: ‘Ether of the Universe’
Medium: Acrylic on cotton paper
Dimensions: 19.6″ x 27.5″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2022
Artwork Will Ship From: Mexico

About the Artwork:

“As a fan of astronomy and the cosmos I see in it a door and a window to other worlds, sometimes just like sleeping or closing your eyes, when one levitates or is in lethargy falling … Characters congregate around to witness this climax of introspection . Characters from other worlds, from other realities who observe the orb, an orb of ether that constitutes the transmitting medium of all manifestations of energy. The cosmos is for those who are in tune and synchronicity with everything and nothing.” – Thoth

About the Artist:

(Artist Bio)

Thoth is a Mexican illustrator and muralist originally from Oaxaca.

Among his main themes is the creation of characters and currently he is interested in the union of biology with technology, he explores cyberpunk, biopunk and dreampunk, in everything related to science fiction, surrealism and organic forms. At times he has redefined his own culture and is also interested in giving Latino culture other forms.

He has made murals for some important projects such as the Central de Abastos in Mexico City, A Poster for the Meeting of Styles urban art festival. His work has been exhibited mainly in Mexico and currently in Portland USA.