The Moneymaker

4,950.00

Availability: 1 in stock (can be backordered)

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Artist: Angela Gomes
Title: The Moneymaker
Technique: aluminum, 3d letters, epoxy
Size: 140×90 cm
Edition: 6 worldwide

Moneymaker: A Limited-Edition Homage to Wealth and Nostalgia

“Moneymaker” is a captivating mixed-media artwork that seamlessly blends iconic pop culture with contemporary artistic expression. This limited-edition piece, with only six available worldwide, features the legendary Scrooge McDuck, the embodiment of wealth and frugality, taking center stage.

Scrooge, rendered in vibrant colors and meticulous detail, stands amidst a captivating landscape of gleaming gold. The centerpiece lies above him: a sleek American Express card constructed from glistening, three-dimensional golden letters. These letters seemingly cascade down, adding a dynamic element to the composition and echoing Scrooge’s insatiable quest for riches.

The entire artwork is encased in a layer of clear epoxy, creating a smooth, polished finish that further accentuates the piece’s opulent character. Each golden letter glistens with an irresistible luster, mirroring the allure and power of wealth.

More than just a visual representation, “Moneymaker” invites the viewer to delve into the complexities of ambition and the pursuit of financial success. It masterfully combines nostalgia, evoked by the iconic Scrooge McDuck, with the contemporary material of the American Express card, sparking a dialogue about the ever-evolving relationship between wealth, desire, and our cultural landscape.

Owning “Moneymaker” is not just acquiring a piece of art; it’s securing a conversation starter, a testament to artistic ingenuity, and a limited-edition collectible that embodies the enduring allure of wealth and the timeless character of Scrooge McDuck.

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The Moneymaker

4,950.00

Availability: 1 in stock (can be backordered)

Euro (€) - EUR
  • Euro (€) - EUR
  • United States dollar ($) - USD

Artist: Angela Gomes
Title: The Moneymaker
Technique: aluminum, 3d letters, epoxy
Size: 140×90 cm
Edition: 6 worldwide

Moneymaker: A Limited-Edition Homage to Wealth and Nostalgia

“Moneymaker” is a captivating mixed-media artwork that seamlessly blends iconic pop culture with contemporary artistic expression. This limited-edition piece, with only six available worldwide, features the legendary Scrooge McDuck, the embodiment of wealth and frugality, taking center stage.

Scrooge, rendered in vibrant colors and meticulous detail, stands amidst a captivating landscape of gleaming gold. The centerpiece lies above him: a sleek American Express card constructed from glistening, three-dimensional golden letters. These letters seemingly cascade down, adding a dynamic element to the composition and echoing Scrooge’s insatiable quest for riches.

The entire artwork is encased in a layer of clear epoxy, creating a smooth, polished finish that further accentuates the piece’s opulent character. Each golden letter glistens with an irresistible luster, mirroring the allure and power of wealth.

More than just a visual representation, “Moneymaker” invites the viewer to delve into the complexities of ambition and the pursuit of financial success. It masterfully combines nostalgia, evoked by the iconic Scrooge McDuck, with the contemporary material of the American Express card, sparking a dialogue about the ever-evolving relationship between wealth, desire, and our cultural landscape.

Owning “Moneymaker” is not just acquiring a piece of art; it’s securing a conversation starter, a testament to artistic ingenuity, and a limited-edition collectible that embodies the enduring allure of wealth and the timeless character of Scrooge McDuck.

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