The Meaning Behind Pejac’s ‘Wound’ – Explained

Pejac’s “Wound” screen print is a striking artwork that conveys a powerful message about the devastating impact of human activity on the environment. The image depicts an ice breaker leaving a bloody scar as it roams the frozen ocean, representing the irreversible damage caused by our actions.

The emotive image speaks volumes about the urgent need for environmental conservation and serves as a poignant reminder of the consequences of our actions.

The artist’s attention to detail is evident in the intricate lines and shading, and the use of red adds to the urgency of the piece, emphasising the seriousness of the message.

“Wound” is one of the images Pejac painted for his upcoming London solo show in 2016. The artwork is a testament to the artist’s deep concern for the environment, a recurring theme in his art. Pejac’s art serves as a call to action, urging us to take responsibility for our actions and protect the environment for future generations.

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Pejac’s “Wound” screen print

Medium: 4 colour hand-pulled screen print on Fedrigoni 250gsm paper

Edition: 80

Size: 100 x 70cm

Description: Signed & numbered by the artist.

Year: 2016

Pejac’s “Wound” screenprint is available in the store here, or browse our collection of Pejac works here.



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