With flirtatious undertones she brazenly looks at the viewer.
The text across her face is taken from Hergé; the artist behind Tintin, who spent his life searching for a man he was fond of. After years of searching Hergé found him, mon ami!
Hergé’s own words are mixed with the profanities of Captain Haddock. A poppy flower capsule, a chess board, thistles, and bright spots fills up her page.
Mounted in a deep-set handmade oak frame with elements of walnut, with cardboard painted in the same nuance as the picture and museum glass.
Acrylic, coal, and pens on carton.
Measures 99x 99 cm / 39” x 39”