Tribute to the 80s’ Movies, 2022

Print / Edition by Rachid Lotf


• Dimensions (W x H):
24" x 36" in (60.0 x 90.0 cm)

• Framed: No

• Limited edition of 200

• Certificate of authenticity: Included
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Tribute to the 80s Movies (Fine Art Paper Edition)

Hand-numbered edition of 200

Limited Edition Prints hand-signed and numbered by Rachid Lotf.

Dimensions: 90 x 60 cm (35 2/5 × 23 3/5 inch.)

Digigraphie® on Fine art paper Hahnemühle.

Certificate of Authenticity: Yes

"I love so much this period, the late 80s, beginnings of 90s, born in 1984 I'm so happy that I grew up with movies and games of this caliber. I got Link to the past at 1992 and spent most of the school holidays playing through it a few times.

I was 8 at the time and I'd only stop playing for food, and sleep. Almost a flawless game. The visuals, the music, the characters, the weapons, the bosses, the seemingly endless things to do. Just a sublime game.

It took me a lot of time and energy to create this artwork, so hope you like it"

Limited Editions by Rachid Lotf

Rachid Lotf is a concept artist.

Whatever the means used, his art has always been a manifestation of his personal journey. He makes art to encourage people to relive their childhood, cherish their memories and enjoy their current life.

Born in 1984, he started drawing at a very young age. He has always been passionate about art and all creative things in general, which has allowed him to teach himself very easily through practice.

He initially drew anime characters, and then he was introduced to graffiti. Afterward, he decided to study visual art, which led him to start his career in silkscreen printing and mobile game design.

As he played Mirror’s Edge for the first time, he was captivated by the atmosphere, the aesthetics and the level design of the game and after playing it for the 25th time in a row, he decided to become an environment and interior designer.

Although the aesthetics of retro gaming is the main influence of his work, he creates objects that are much more than superficially beautiful. He tells stories through his works of art, and it’s the most attractive thing about his work.