Champagne Taittinger Collection Poster
By Roy Lichtenstein , 1990
For the Taittinger Collection, Lichentstein, faithful to his universe, is inspired by comic strip images and transposes them into the pictorial universe.
He sought to provoke a visual shock by the strength of the dotted lines and by the judicious use of a few dominant colors: Van Gogh yellow, royal blue, English green. But he is not satisfied with this only effect: by prolonging until the point of confusing them, the hair of the face appearing above his signature, until the vine tassel, he reminds that Champagne is born from the indissoluble effort of the nature and the human talent.
In 1983, Claude Taittinger created the Taittinger Collection; he enlisted the help of some of the greatest contemporary artists to highlight the House's vintage Grands Crus.
The bottle becomes both a support and a field of inspiration for a creation signed as a work by a prestigious artist. The Hungarian artist Vasarely created the first piece of this unique art gallery, which has been enriched over the years by contributions from André Masson, Roy Lichtenstein, Imaï, Rauschenberg and Amadou Sow. In 2016, the latest edition will feature a work by the famous French-Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado. To be savored with the eyes, with the taste buds, or to be jealously preserved, these limited edition bottles are unfortunately not always accessible.
The Taittinger Collection includes only 13 editions, as prestigious as they are rare, for which Taittinger highlights some of its most beautiful vintages sublimated by the creation of legendary artists. Discover this unique gallery
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