American and International Pop & Fine Art Gallery

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THIS SOON SHALL PASS… (Benefit for COVID-19 Relief)

We have all seen and gone through tragedies together over the years but what we see now with the Coronavirus Pandemic is unprecedented in its scope and effect. The world has never seen anything like it.

We Have All Been Affected, And We Hope that you are All Safe & Sound!

Charles Fazzino has been at work in his studio these past weeks, creating artwork to try and bring smiles to the faces of those who are struggling. Several weeks ago, he created a drawing to send virtual hugs out to the whole world with the hope that we will all come through this great crisis together. The response on social media was astounding. So, we are now publishing this expression of love and hope in an open edition 3D fine art print titled “This Too Shall Pass.”

We will be donating 100% of our net proceeds from this edition to COVID relief organizations globally. This edition became available in Budapest to our authorized gallery with the understanding that we, too will donate their net proceeds to COVID relief in our own towns, cities, and countries from Budapest, Hungary. Please Join Us in This Global Effort.

Our only one “THIS SOON SHALL PASS…BENEFIT FOR COVID RELIEF“ open-edition giclee is hand-signed (un-numbered) by the Master of 3-D Pop-art Charles Fazzino comes with a Certificate of Authenticity issued by Museum Editions, LTD. of New Rochelle, NY, USA.

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For longevity we use only TRUE VIEW® brand 2mm UV invisible glass, made in the USA, for optimum archival purpose.

TRUE VIEW® museum glass is ten times more expensive than average glass, but is essential for emphasizing 3D dimensions in FAZZINO’s works. It also enhances colors, glow, contrasts, clearly visible texture, brush strokes and every little detail, all without distracting glare. Solely used by the world’s largest museums, for being water-clear, color-neutral, glare-free without sacrificing UV protection.

IN FLOATING-FRAME: Custom made 4.5cm deep, 3cm wide white Italian wood frame, double matted with 10cm wide white and orange (for blue edge accent) acid-free archival mat boards. A spacer is used to create a depth between the museum glass and the art. The result is a look that keeps the art permanently “floated” in the center of the frame for archival longevity – READY TO HANG!


This 3D artwork is silkscreen printed (serigraph) multiple times on 100% rag 2-ply or 4-ply US-made 100% cotton-rag “Rising Museum Board” stock and top layers on an English made “Somerset 290gsm” thinner rag-paper. The entire hand-pulled process always only a few hundred, generally 20-50 colors (some colors are printed twice for optimum quality) with full hand color-separation while maintaining precise color trappings. An edition requires 4-6 months to complete, mostly by Kolibri Art Studio Inc. atelier in Los Angeles, USA, working closely with Charles Fazzino at various stages for color and detail approvals.

All of the individual pieces that make up the 3D layers of artwork are cut out by hand using an Exacto knife. They are carefully planned out, achievable only by the most skilled artisans trained for hours in FAZZINO’s methods techniques.

Special silicone glue is used for the layering in drop. A piece of art might only have two or three distinct layers of art, but the artwork may appear to have four, five, or more layers because of the variation in each drop’s height. The pieces are also glued slightly off-center to emphasize the 3D effect. After the artwork is made 3D, it is hand-embellished using acrylic paint glitters and many-many sizable Swarovski crystals applied by hand under Charles Fazzino’s direction.

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