Pilot marker and acrylic paint on cardboard. Framed
A surreal city populated by TV screens, audio and video tapes, pop designs and advertising boards from the mid-twentieth century, which Luis Pérez Calvo combines with other elements of his background such as the wrappers of "Bazooka" or "Wrigley's" chewing gum, or record covers, like the legendary 1962 "Devil Woman" by Marty Robbins.
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