Horseman (Death)

$55 large

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$55.00

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Yosiell Lorenzo designed The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse MAQETs as part of his 2011 solo show, Bedtime Stories. By combining iconography from The Book of Revelations and his original Bruiser MAQET character, Yosiell's Horsemen are ominous yet accessible. His fresh graphics and stylized look offer a modern take on one of the world's oldest stories. This listing is for The Fourth and final Horseman. His scythe represents death, and he is followed by Hades. His color reflects the sickly pallor of a corpse. The Fourth Horseman is part of an extremely limited edition of 6 pieces (of which 3 are reserved for full sets). Artist: Yosiell Lorenzo Limited Edition: 6 of each character Sculpt: Lil Bruiser Country: USA Artist Edition MAQETs are vibrant, full-color collectibles. Each individually numbered figure is made of Plastin®, a porcelain-like material with a smooth, shiny finish. MAQETs are brought to life in our eco-conscious Northern California lab and shipped straight to your door. Designing globally and producing locally is part of MAQET's commitment to being a green company. $55 (4" wide x 3" deep x 4.3" tall, weight 170g each)

Artist Bio

Artist Bio

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Artist Bio: Yosiell Lorenzo

Yosiell Lorenzo’s work fits the adage: “never judge a book by its cover”. At first glance, his artwork is cute. But beneath the facade of frosting, a sadness is stirring. He uses sweetness to reel us in, and once he has us, we see frustration and loneliness beneath the surface. Masks are a device throughout his work that represent dual and hidden identities, as well as society’s attempts to label individuals who resist categorization. As a gay, Puerto Rican artist, Yosiell has dealt with these identity issues first hand.

He has had a solo show every year since 2008 and his work has appeared in group shows in New York, LA, San Francisco, Chicago and Miami. A personal highlight for Yosiell was being invited to show at Gallery1988. He currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he continues to spend many hours in his studio working on paintings, toys and illustrations.