C215 is a committed French artist who often highlights great symbols. In 2019 he produced two portraits of Simone Veil, deported to Auschwitz because she was Jewish, on the mailboxes of the town hall of the 13th arrondissement in Paris. A few months later they are tagged with swastikas. On Twitter, the artist expresses his anger: "Shame on the one who, abject, disfigured with a swastika my tribute to Simone Veil, survivor of the Shoah, it is high time to stand up against the rise of anti-Semitism in France He restores these portraits with the son of Simone Veil by his side.
Technique: digital printing on Canson paper of 310 gr, enhanced by hand, numbered and signed by the artist and embossed C215 logo. Each print is personalized and unique
Limited edition (100 copies)
Delivered without frame
Included in the price: certificate of authenticity, reinforced and secure packaging