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Pakistani Truck art..hah always love the quotes on the back of these. Reads: fashion fanatic :)

Pakistani Truck art..hah always love the quotes on the back of these. Reads: fashion fanatic :)

René Magritte (1898-1967) Magritte was a key figure in the Belgian Surrealist movement, as well as a participant in the Paris group's activities during the late 1920s. His paintings often place ordinary objects in unusual and unexpected contexts, thus forcing the viewer to observe reality in a new way. Unlike many of the Paris Surrealist artists, Magritte made no attempts at automatism, instead exploring images that were consciously arrived upon, presented in a realAbstract expressionism…

René Magritte (1898-1967) Magritte was a key figure in the Belgian Surrealist movement, as well as a participant in the Paris group's activities during the late 1920s. His paintings often place ordinary objects in unusual and unexpected contexts, thus forcing the viewer to observe reality in a new way. Unlike many of the Paris Surrealist artists, Magritte made no attempts at automatism, instead exploring images that were consciously arrived upon, presented in a realAbstract expressionism…

Summaiya Jillani ‘Baar baar dekho, hazaar baar dekho’, 2011 I don’t want to sound pompous about my work, so I will simply quote what other people have been saying about it. For those who are aware of art, it is like a new Pakistani Warhol. Elders love it because its taking them back to their times, while young kids love it for its vibrancy. Mature youngsters are all for it because of its witty sensuality. And I love it for being universally attractive. - Jillani in an interview with Hosh ...

Summaiya Jillani ‘Baar baar dekho, hazaar baar dekho’, 2011 I don’t want to sound pompous about my work, so I will simply quote what other people have been saying about it. For those who are aware of art, it is like a new Pakistani Warhol. Elders love it because its taking them back to their times, while young kids love it for its vibrancy. Mature youngsters are all for it because of its witty sensuality. And I love it for being universally attractive. - Jillani in an interview with Hosh ...

Come to Pakistan, 1963 - original vintage poster by students at the Pakistan Institute of Arts and Design in Karachi listed on AntikBar.co.uk

Come to Pakistan, 1963 - original vintage poster by students at the Pakistan Institute of Arts and Design in Karachi listed on AntikBar.co.uk