‘How to Wear Fur’ is a Giclée Print by contemporary artist Chloe. From a limited edition of 50, the print is signed and numbered by the artist. Each piece is hand finished with Hatton Garden Diamond Dust and other embellishments, making each piece unique.
Contemporary artist Chloe works with a range of mixed media and digital approaches, combining strong, photographic elements with printed and painted embellishments for a fresh and innovative aesthetic. Her work considers the manipulation of the digital image, and every piece explores the possibility for an unexpected sense of dimensionality, transforming the flat, printed picture into a three dimensional illusion.
‘How to Wear Fur’ depicts the photograph of a naked woman, her face turned boldly towards the viewer as fluffy white kittens and bunny-rabbits cover her body. A fervent animal rights activist, Chloe’s print reminds us of the horror of the fur industry, and shows us that glamour and luxury need not come at the expense of soft, baby animals. The image of a large, glistening butterfly wing provides a mural behind the muse, creating dazzling texture and an astonishing sense of depth, for a truly iconic work of contemporary art.