Joy - Popy can Love

Popy Can - Love

24 x 12 x 12 inches

Bronze

Popy Can - Pulp Fiction

55 x 26 x 26 inches

Bronze

Joy - Popy can Nrew York

Popy Can - New York

24 x 12 x 12 inches

Bronze

Joy - Jimmy Hendrix

Popy Can - Jimmy Hendrix

55 x 26 x 26 inches

Bronze

BIOGRAPHY

|JOY

Joy ‘was born in Martigues, France in 1981. From an early age, she has been drawn to art and creation. She studied fashion design and saw her work winning numerous awards and exhibiting in various places. After a few years as a fashion designer and stylist, seeing her products sold by the biggest brands, she decided to devote herself to art, her true passion.

Joy ‘reappropriates the can, product and universal symbol of our society, to sculpt it in bronze, dress it in bright colors and multiply references to Pop Art and rock culture. It is one of the most recognizable objects in the world. The can is present on every continent, in every house, in every hand, all generations, social classes, religions combined. The goal is always the same: to drink it and empty it. But when it is empty, crumpled and folded, it continues to exist. Joy ‘invites us to look at this omnipresent object in our daily life from an artistic point of view. Between Pop Art and New Realism, the Popy Can is a link between everyone because everyone can identify with it.

The can becomes POPY CAN terribly alluring and happy work of art.

Joy - Marie Antoinette

Marie-Antoinette (Blue)

21 x 11 x 6 inches

Plaster, collage et resin

Joy - Marie Antoinette

Marie-Antoinette (Black)

21 x 11 x 6 inches

Plaster, collage et resin

Popy can Head in the clouds

Popy can - Head in the clouds

12 x 5 x 5 inches

Bronze

Joy - Popy can May 68

Popy can - May 68

12 x 5 x 5 inches

Bronze

Joy - Popy Can Eternal Love

Popy can - Eternal Love

12 x 5 x 5 inches

Bronze

Joy - Macaron Chanel

Macaron Chanel

14 x 22 inches

Mixed medias on resin

Joy - Macaron Chanel n°5

Macaron Chanel n°5

14 x 22 inches

Mixed medias on resin