Using a concept Vhils has been experimenting with, and which he first revealed at this year's Festival Iminente Lisboa in the form of a mural, this limited edition is the second part of the series of screen-prints launched during that festival.
Making use of an invisible UV varnish, the composition is transposed onto the surface, remaining imperceptible to the naked eye and waiting to be uncovered. The artist then releases the image by freely applying black ink, which is only absorbed in the sections the varnish did not touch, making the invisible visible. While the composition is always the same, through the artist's brush stroke the part of it that emerges is different in every print, making each one completely unique.
Edition of /200 + 20 AP
Screen print on paper
Printed with UV varnish and Quink ink
Hand-finished, signed and numbered by the artist
Keaykolour China White 300 g/m2 paper
70 × 50 cm