A Toy

Technique: Giclée quality print
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The painting depicts a figure with a bald, blue-toned head split into two distinct halves. One side features a detailed, realistic female face while the other side shows interior mechanical components, suggesting a blend of human and machine elements. The mechanical side’s eye socket appears empty and dark, contrasting with the detailed eyelashes and closed eyelid on the human side. The character is holding a grenade close to where her ear would be, with fingers that seem soft and lifelike on a skin-like texture that matches the face. Intricate tattoos or markings cover the neck and visible parts of the upper chest, hinting at circuitry or some other form of advanced technology melded with organic matter. There is a dog tag hanging around the figure's neck, resting atop the tattoos with undecipherable text.


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The artist Gintas Banys in his paintings usually depicts human, his emotional states, relationships with the contemporary environment and surrounding events. Each painting - is a reflection of the moment, caught mood. In authors' opinion, exactly the eyes usually are the main accent in the artwork, which help to reveal the painting idea.

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