We are excited to be able to offer for sale an original artwork by graffiti artist AEUL. The artwork, titled “The Crying Pig”, is done using spray paint on a 50 x 50 cm on 100% polyester spun canvas. It is painted in 2021 in Bucharest, Romania.
Despite the current situation, we have good news for you. In these challenging times, Aeul‘s creature constantly appears on Bucharest’s streets. In recent years, Aeul‘s pig grows, and it started to have a deeper conversation with the passersby through small messages attached to the images. Since many pigs are being removed, Aeul was motivated to paint canvases from time to time, creating a stable home for some of the creatures.
This new and unusual canvas painted by Romanian artist Aeul illustrates his connection with the graffiti underground scene and at the same time, it captures the Bucharest vibe.
The small pig represented in this artwork looks is being aware of many things happening now and cries with long tears. The minimalistic approach, combined with Aeul‘s skill, results in an incredible art piece that touches profound thoughts (awareness) and intense emotions (sadness), depicted using only a few lines and colours.
The artwork, titled The Crying Pig, is painted with spray on a 50 x 50 cm canvas, recently found by the artist in Bucharest.
The original artwork comes with an authenticity certificate and it is signed by the artist.
Discover more original artworks by AEUL, available in the feeder.ro/shop
The Tear of the Wish (Lacrima Dorinței) by AEUL (painting, acrylic on canvas, 50 x 40 cm) The Pianist at the End of the World (Pianistul din capătul lumii) by AEUL (painting, acrylic on canvas, 70 x 50 cm) SOLD The Painter’s Night (Noaptea Zugravului) by AEUL (painting, acrylic on canvas, 30 x 30 cm)
If the Romanian graffiti community would have a key-symbol, then surely it would be the piggy-dog created by AEUL. Present uptown and downtown, on the streets and on the main road, the piggy established itself a real reputation on the urban scene. Find out more about the elusive artist by reading our feeder insider interview w/ Aeul.
“I don’t think anyone counted them (n.e. the characters), I lost track around 500. Some disappear, some show up…” – AEUL