Roman mischief

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From the ‘Dystopian Reality’ collection, the artwork captures a striking scene in the heart of Rome, blending iconic cultural imagery with a touch of playful rebellion.

In this vivid depiction, Bart is seen in the act of defacing the Colosseum with his signature graffiti, boldly inscribing “El Barto” on the ancient walls. This act of mischievous vandalism starkly contrasts with the historical grandeur of the Colosseum, symbolizing a clash between tradition and modern defiance.

At the base of the Colosseum sit Chief Wiggum and one of his officers, deep in discussion as they try to identify the culprit behind the graffiti. Their presence adds an element of humor and irony, as they remain oblivious to Bart’s antics happening just above them.

Immerse in the captivating charm of this masterpiece, meticulously crafted using the innovative technique of Pupp Art. Here, the artist seamlessly integrates physical characters, such as puppets, into the backdrop, infusing each scene with a sense of enchanting realism. These central characters become the vibrant focal points, pulsating with life and vitality, infusing each composition with a dynamic energy.

The piece comes professionally framed with a glass front, and is ready to adorn your walls. Please note that the glass is not shown in the photographs due to reflections.

Created in 2024, this artwork is signed by the artist, ensuring its authenticity and uniqueness. Measuring 9.8″ x 9.8″ (25cm x 25cm), this piece is perfect for any contemporary art collection. Don’t miss your chance to own a one-of-a-kind creation by Aladino.