Beer Chick Framed Painting

All the beer I drank during Covid-19…

The subject of this piece is one chick mirroring the other chick. The more prominent chick is more perfect–a sweet beak and a darling disposition. The chick she sees in the reflection is crossed-out. Sad. Such a bleak coloring. The scene plays out on a beer box, which remains the theme of the series.

The Budweiser beer box was the perfect surface for this seriously genius series. During 2020, every person at some point thought the world would end for this or that reason. Maybe addiction got the best of you? Or was it the televised civil injustices? Maybe the threat of loneliness while in total isolation? This up-cycled 24 pack shines with a subtle Louis Vuitton stencil in the background, and one chick mirroring another.

All the beer I drank during the Covid-19 Pandemic shut down. First painting in a series. 72 beers doesn’t seem like a lot of alcohol for  nearly 10 months of drinking. But when we have a drink together, you’ll know that my order is usually a Manhattan. Beer before liquor?– that’s how it goes, right?


1 in stock (can be backordered)


.: 36 in x 24 in x 2.5 in.

.: FRAMED- Modern square, white frame, acrylic cover.

.: This is a hand-painted box created with Montana spray paint,  and Golden Acrylic paints. The lite surface sealer is archival (lasting for 100+ years in this same condition).

.: Do not leave in direct sunlight for hours all. Do not install outside.

.: Boo Deity owns this image. Do NOT use or copy without consent.

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs