Joan Cornellà Drops 'K-Love' Vinyl Sculptures for Valentine's DayAn uncanny resemblance to Kim Jong-un.
Following the release of SELFIE GUN, Barcelona-based artist Joan Cornellà has now returned with a 6.7-inch tall vinyl sculpture titled K-LOVE.
Once again made in collaboration with AllRightsReserved, the collectible continues Cornellà’s characteristically dark humor, portraying a man in a suit — uncannily resembling that of North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong-un — seen making a finger heart that has become a symbol among K-pop stars. The work, thematically-geared towards Valentine’s day, remains another example amongst the artist’s growing repertoire that takes note of the global sociopolitical climate.
K-LOVE arrives in two vinyl editions of blue or green, with the artist’s printed signature under foot, going at $199 USD (or $1,560 HKD), from February 12, 9pm EST, via AllRightsReserved’s Ding Dong Takuhaibin website. Artwork ships globally with free shipping for purchase of second item and onwards.
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