COHERE is the commission of a permanent sculpture as well as a smaller resin sculpture edition and apparel collection for the Chicago Cubs. Cubs fans or not one can admire Louis signature spin on the MLB logo now they are giving you the chance to own this art collectable!
Installed at Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, Louis has delivered a 5 foot, 700lb electroplated bronze sculpture that will live on the grounds of Wrigley Field permanently. In addition, an edition of 150 hand-painted resin sculptures of the same design.
The Chicago Cubs have teamed up with multidisciplinary artist and Chicago native, Louis De Guzman, on a collaboration that celebrates Chicago’s vibrant culture, champions the city’s talented community of artists and engages the next generation of fans. For the collaboration, De Guzman created a sculpture titled “COHERE” which is a dynamic reinterpretation of the Cubs’ “Angry Bear” logo crafted from electroplated bronze, a reflective material which allows the viewer to physically see themselves in the art as a way to emphasize a sense of community and connection among the viewers. “COHERE” was constructed by purposely joining multiple pieces of metal together to depict the binding of community and connection Chicagoans feel toward one another, their city and their team.
As part of the collaboration, De Guzman also created a limited-edition merchandise collection for fans to purchase, including a short-sleeve pocket T-shirt, a pullover hoodie and miniature versions of the “COHERE” sculpture.
Size: 7.5″ Wide x 8″ Tall x 5″ Deep
Run size – Edition of 150
Bronze Sculpture / Hand painted Resin Sculpture
WHERE: louisdeguzman and ivyshop.com
Price – $375 USD each
Louis De Guzman is an award-winning visual artist and designer who creates artwork that merges his past with his present. Over the last decade, De Guzman has proved himself as a true multidisciplinary artist by blending both traditional and experimental techniques in his work.
His signature geometric abstraction style often blends together images and stories that represent his family’s immigrant journey, as well as his own experience as a second-generation Filipino American. De Guzman’s career has led him to create well-received original bodies of work as well as interpretations of licensed intellectual property.
To learn more about Louis De Guzman or to view his work, visit www.louisdeguzman.com.
Find Louis at https://louisdeguzman.com/collections louisdeguzman.com and Instagram.
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