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RERO Hand-painted Multiples (HPM)

HPM

PROJECT

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HPM PROJECT

www.hpm-project.com

HPM Project is an on-going collaboration and artistic venture that brings together an un-paralleled collection of hand-painted multiples from today’s foremost urban contemporary artists. For each project, the artist creates a very limited edition set of pieces, only eight for each series. These HPM are produced exclusively for HPM Project and cannot be found anywhere else.

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Every HPM begins with high quality Khadi 640g paper, handmade in India. Because every sheet of paper is produced one at a time, the individual pieces have their own unique character. The artist then handpaints each screen print to create the limited editions. The quality and rarity of these pieces, makes the HPM Project collection an ideal place to find the most iconic imagery from some of the best urban artists.

Tilt’s HPM are approx. 30 x 22 in. unframed Handmade Khadi 640g paper Each set is an edition of 8 2


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Untitled (THE REASON I DON’T LIKE STREET ART IS THAT IT’S NOT AESTHETIC, IT’S SOCIAL......)

Edition 2 of 8

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Edition 3 of 8


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Edition 5 of 8

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Edition 6 of 8

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Untitled (THE REASON I DON’T LIKE STREET ART IS THAT IT’S NOT AESTHETIC, IT’S SOCIAL...)

Edition 7 of 8


Edition 8 of 8

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HPM PROJECT

RERO What you see is NEVER what you get with RERO. His distinctive visual style transcends the material on which his ironic, comical, and at times cynical messages are placed. From canvas and plaster to antique books and dilapidated buildings, RERO stretches the boundaries of his artistic mediums, placing him at the forefront of the conceptual urban experience. For the past 3 years, RERO has established his work through his innovative approach to street art. First introduced to the street as a teenage graffiti writer, he eventually felt limited by a spray can and began exploring imagery through the use of typography. His work retains those values of graffiti- which remains at the very core- the confrontation, the aesthetics of destruction and the idea of appropriation. The forms of his letters, always in Verdana font, become the image. RERO was born in 1983 and studied graphic design at London College of Communication. He has shown his work in numerous exhibitions and art fairs across Europe. He lives and works in Paris.

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For any inquiries please contact us info@hpm-project.com or contact@castaniergallery.com 818.748.6014

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