"La Nausée", by Jean-Paul Sartre Print

"La Nausée", by Jean-Paul Sartre Print

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La Nausée is the first philosophical novel by Jean-Paul Sartre, a philosopher, playwright, activist, literary critic and an advocate of marxism.

In this piece by lacabezaenlasnubes, Sartre's existentialism becomes a beautiful and yet terribly sad visual poem. We can feel the isolation of the individual and his enviroment, an isolation as elegant as it is anguishing. Designed by lacabezaenlasnubes.

DETAILS:

  • Printed on 300 grams fine photographic paper.
  • All prints ship unframed.
  • The prints are wrapped in a plastic envelope before being placed in a sturdy shipping tube for delivery.
  • All prints come with a white border.

SIZES:

  • 12 x 16.5 inches (30 x 42 cm)
  • 19.5 x 27.5 inches (50 x 70 cm)
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La existencia no es algo que se deje pensar de lejos: es preciso que nos invada bruscamente, que pese sobre nuestro corazón tanto como una gran bestia inmóvil. Si no, no hay absolutamente nada
— Jean-Paul Sartre

*Printed on 350 grams fine photographic paper
*All prints shipped unframed!
*The prints are wrapped in a plastic envelope before being placed in a sturdy shipping tube for delivery.
*All prints include a a white border.

SIZES:
12 x 16.5 inches (30 x 42 cm)
19.5 x 27.5 inches (50 x 70 cm)

Some words on the piece:

Nausea (La Nausée) is the first philosophical novel by Jean Paul Sartre, a philosopher, playwright, activist, literary critic and an advocate of marxism.

In Nausea, Sartre explores the futility of human existence, and he deconstructs the basics of capitalism well-being through a dialog between the main character and the most mundane, quotidian experiences, the repetitions, the automatic actions and the irreconcilable detachment that one feels towards any and every socially imposed activity.

In this piece by lacabezaenlasnubes, Sartre's existentialism becomes a beautiful and yet terribly sad visual poem. We can feel the isolation of the individual and his enviroment, an isolation as elegant as it is anguishing.