Invader: Home Mars - Signed Print

Home Mars
Signed Print

Invader

£10,000-£15,000 Guide

This estimate blends recent public auction records with our own private sale data and network demand.

Screenprint, 2010
Signed Print Edition of 50

Critical Review

The use of pixels in Home Mars resonates with other works produced by Invader in which the artist creates mosaic-like artworks through the use of pixel shaped tiles. These artworks have been installed in cities all over the world, making Invader a truly global artist.

Like the renowned British street artist Banksy, Invader’s true identity is unknown. Born in France, the artist describes himself as an ‘Unidentified Free Artist'. Invader conceals his true identity by using a pseudonym and wearing a mask in public. Not only did the game Space Invaders inspire this artwork, but it was the source of inspiration for Invader’s pseudonym, as well as many of his other artworks. Invader’s visual language and artistic style is greatly influenced by the arcade game and the pixelated style used in Home Mars resonates strongly with computer game graphics and their 8-bit visual register.

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