Invader: Binary Code (black) - Signed Print

Binary Code (black)
Signed Print

Invader

£8,000-£15,000 Guide

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Screenprint, 2008
Signed Print Edition of 50

Critical Review

The aliens depicted in Binary Code (black) are inspired by the popular arcade game, Space Invaders, produced by Japanese game manufacturer Taito in 1978. This game has had an undeniable impact on Invader’s artistic career and even inspired the artist’s choice of pseudonym.

The arcade game, Space Invaders, also inspired Invader’s elaborate installation project which has come to be recognised as one of the biggest street art stunts in art history. The project involves Invader travelling all over the world and installing mosaics of aliens onto city walls. Invader has visited over 30 countries and installed thousands of mosaics. The artist has even installed a mosaic in space and one below sea level in Mexico.

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