Richard Bolai lives and works from Trinidad, West Indies. He is a bookbinder,Graphic designer and the author of thebookmann, which from 2004, has written and photographed independently aspects of Trinidad and Tobago’s art culture.
The work then expanded by actually creating dimensional replicas, capturing a map over the subjects to explore the underling subconscious in the form of art. This aided the ability to analyze art by producing art parodies to understand the meaning behind it. No money was spent or assistance in producing these compositions from common items found in his home, a chair, a mirror, or old tyre.
The artists lists includes, da Vinci’s Last Supper, Koons’s dog, Hirst’s spin paintings, Andres Serrano’s piss Christ to Monet to name a few, over one hundred artists’ have been completed, producing one in every 24 hour cycle.
It should be noted that with the feinin studies, you should see that actual work that is been parodied via the link. It makes no sense otherwise.
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