This exceptional masterpiece made with exclusive materials licensed by ©Versace Home is part of Garotto’s new collection that pays tribute to Diego Maradona, one of the greatest football players who captivated the hearts of millions of people around the world.
The Argentine idol, as a result of his time at Napoli, acquired the habit of wearing Versace. There are many graphic documents in which the star wears various clothings from the Italian brand.This piece is a tribute to precisely that close relationship between the athlete and the transalpine brand.
This piece, in addition to being a tribute to that close relation with the transalpine brand, with the world-class crystals, is a tribute to the majestic shine that Maradona emanated with each touch of the ball.
This superb artwork, as part of the new collection, pays tribute to Maradona’s talent, passion, and legacy, as well as his well-known fondness for the Italian Versace Brand. This piece of art incorporates more than 10 different techniques and textures, which represent the values of the luxurious Italian brand, such as modernity, tradition, and elegance.
Created in the purest Pop Art style and using only the finest quality materials licensed by ©Versace Home, this artwork is one of four distinctive pieces in a tetralogy that forms part of the new collection. Each piece has its own unique style and design, resulting in a well-deserved tribute to Maradona, who led Argentina to victory in the 1986 World Cup.
This exclusive piece of art features a wooden frame covered in a ©Versace licensed greek-style pattern, as well as hand-varnishing throughout the artwork that protects the brand’s iconic design.
This artwork has been created and signed by Garotto and specially selected by him to be distributed by Corner4art in collaboration with Andres Iniesta Brand’s NSN, and Maradona Global Limited. Includes both the certificate of authenticity for the licensed materials from Versace Home by Corner4art and the official license from Maradona Global Limited.
1966 La Paz, Bolivia
Multicultural artist Garotto always took it upon himself to gain experience doing multifaceted projects such as work for samba schools creating carnival parade floats in Brazil, bespoke handmade furniture in Argentina, or luxury clothing, which is what finally made him settle in Spain. He has also collaborated with other artists or brands, like when he designed clothing and apparel for Warner Bros., explored working with street artists, or partnered up with top Disney animator Tony Fernandez, to bring some of his sketches to life.
Currently, he’s joining forces with Corner4art for the exclusive worldwide distribution of his award-winning artwork and to develop innovative art projects under the brand name Garotto Art. Being huge fans of fashion, they’ve started producing pieces inspired by and paying homage to influential fashion designers of our time, starting off with a tribute collection to ©Versace, created using officially licensed material from their home décor collections.