Antoine Tavaglione, also known as TAVA creates bold, in-your-face pieces of art inspired by vintage cartoons, politics and fashion and fads. Most of these vibrant creations look at dissecting culture and infusing it with fun, carefree emotion. Tava takes notable symbols and applies his signature paint dripping style to blur the meaning and value of such iconic symbols.
Antoine Tavaglione is based in Montreal and his milk dripping paint style comes from political movements. His paintings are fresh, bold and literally dripping with statement-making phrases. Hanging one of these prints on your walls will definitely spark conversation as most people who look at TAVA's works are dying to know more.
From collage-patterned prints of iconic emblems to cheeky phrases coming from witty and comical cartoons, these artworks have a deeper meaning than just irony.
Cheeky Pop Art Paintings
More Stats +/-
Comically Crude Pop Art
Haute Harajuku Portraiture
Artful Fast-Food Packaging
Painterly Cosmetic Close-Ups
Infrared Beauty Editorials
Free 2018 Report & eBook
Get the top 100 trends happening right NOW -- plus a FREE copy of our award-winning book.
Our Research Methodology
This article is one of 350,000 experiments. We use crowd filtering, big data and AI to identify insights.
Antoine Tavaglione Paints In-Your-Face Works of Art
- By: Jessica MarrenMay 22, 2013