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Kristin Kossi

The subtle art of not giving fucks

The subtle art of not giving fucks

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Dimensions artwork: 102 x 76 x 3 cm

Original artwork by Kristin Kossi 2023. Acrylic, plaster, spray paint on canvas. Signed and dated, artwork comes ready to hang. Free worldwide shipping.  

About the artwork:

How many fucks do you give? Abstract pop art interpretation of Marc Manson`s bestseller book "The subtle art of not giving a fuck".
Manson`s point is that you cannot truly find happiness through an external-driven defination of success. Hapiness comes from having values that you believe in and choosing to dedicate your time and effort there -at the expense of other things. That is, focus the fucks you give.

The use of a thick texture adds depth and dimension to the artwork, while the juicy pastel colours building a saturated contrast. In the case of the fuck fingers imagery, the artist is using this provocative gesture as a statement about rebellion and nonconformity. The juxtaposition of the playful pop art style with the explicit gesture creates an interesting tension and invites viewers to consider the underlying meaning. Overall, this type of artwork challenges societal norms and engages the audience in a thought-provoking fun conversation. 

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Artist Highlights

- Established Artist

- International Exposure

- Art Fair Participant

- Prizewinner

- Covered by the Press

- Solo shows participant

- Works on commission

Shipping & Returns

Free shipping included. Shipping usually takes 3 to 8 days. Double bubble wrapped inside cardboard box. Return is possible within 14 day withdrawal period, starting on the day you receive the creation.


Original work delivered with a certificate of authenticity by Kristin Kossi.

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« Abstraction and pop art are very close to each other for me, I deconstruct and create them anew, the protagonists of our time. » Kristin Kossi art is featured in publications such as British Vogue, GQ Magazine, Harvest Magazine and many more.