‘Mickey Mouse and Rabbit #2’ by Alice Lin

£550.00

Artist: Alice Lin
Title: ‘Mickey Mouse and Rabbit #2’
Medium: Pencil and Gold Acrylic on 180gsm Drawing Paper
Dimensions: 21” x 15”
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2018
Artwork Will Ship From: China

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‘Mickey Mouse and Rabbit #2’ by Alice Lin

Artist: Alice Lin
Title: ‘Mickey Mouse and Rabbit #2’
Medium: Pencil and Gold Acrylic on 180gsm Drawing Paper
Dimensions: 21” x 15”
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2018
Artwork Will Ship From: China

About the ‘Mickey Mouse’ series:

“Mickey Mouse is an iconic image worldwide and we all grew up with his cartoons and comics. In anyone’s hands, he becomes reflective of one’s own ego, so I made my own Mickey with the rabbit. Mickey’s like a role model for creative people, and also an anti-role model – Mickey in his own life was a tiny little self like you and me. And there you have the rabbit. The rabbit is art as fantasy, it’s an image of how modern days’ anxieties and desires can really be. In daily life, most of the time we have to become our own role model. We have to pull ourselves through, clarify our desires, and try again. Other people can’t help us with this. Whereas these pop art characters are like super-heroes, they resonate with us and we keep moving, expanding them into our own space. Through this we can communicate with people as an audience or as viewers of art.” – Alice Lin

About the Artist:

(Artist Bio)

Alice Lin, AKA XU LINLIN, lives in Beijing and is a freelance artist as well as painter and 3D Art Director with a passion for new Chinese meticulous painting and 3D projection art. She first fell in love with the technique when she was a child, inspired by traditional Chinese techniques and Surrealism. Alice’s style is rich and full of details, harmonizing apparently discordant elements and intertwining them within her drawings and paintings. The resulting imagery is unique, fanciful, whimsical, with undertones of wit and possessing a beautifully traditional finish. Alice’s new and fascinating wonderland of possible realities combines the human figure with plants and animals into a singular, calm, dark vision.