“The blue princes discolour … and the princesses want to escape” is inspired by the story of Teresa Giménez, which generates a fierce critique of the idea of waiting for the woman “the princess” to arrive at the mythical blue prince. In all the works it is intended to demystify the idea of the blue prince who accompanied us in our childhood with Disney tales and has extended over time creating misconceptions that end in frustration. (Stereotypes that we have believed) The general concept is that the prince gets rid of his clothes so that he ends up fading blue and thus be able to face the naked man, true, with virtues but also with imperfections.
“The blue princes discolour … and the princesses want to escape”
Graphite and colored pencils on paper