Johnny Depp returns to selling copies of four self-made pictures. He did this already in 2022, with the beginning of the collection “Amici et Heroum” (Friends and Heroes) and this year he introduced its continuation, with new inspired objects. They are at this time four deceased celebrities who either inspired you or were your friends or both: so is Heath Ledger, River Phoenix, singer Bob Marley and writer and journalist Hunter S. Thompson.
“My paintings surround my life, but I kept them to myself and limited myself. No one should limit themselves,” the actor was quoted as saying on the site of the camp’s art gallery, which promotes the works of celebrities from all walks of life. life, from Bob Dylan to soccer player Pele. The actor decided to buy and sell his art in accordance with the most difficult and public yearHe heard a lawsuit against his wife Amber for defamation after she publicly accused him of verbally and physically abusing her.
The actor creates images based on a mixed media of printmaking, silkscreen and title based on photographic evidence. According to the gallery itself, the collection is “a unique insight into the world of Hollywood from one of the biggest stars.” In addition, I predicted that the collection would sell out in a few hours and, yes, all 780 copies have already been sold. On the website you can see them sold for 3,750 pounds without tax each (about 4,200 coins), while their initial price according to the variety was 5,400 dollars (5,000 coins), a price increase of more than 400 pounds to the listed number. the first collection, which now has a price on the Internet of about 3,300 pounds (3,700 coins).
A tribute to those who are not
Johnny Depp described the “tragic” early deaths of Phoenix and Ledger, in the 23rd and 28th centuries respectively, which “without a doubt in time sowed their individuality, individuality, world, heart, soul and spirit.” the meanings of jokes in the world, that we may know them,’ he said. “They said a lot in their short lives”. On the other hand, journalist Hunter S. Thompson, who died at the age of 67, had one thing in common with the other three artists: “His voice will always live on through his books, as Heath and River always live on in their movies and Bob through his music.