The world knows him as one of the greatest scammers in history, Jordan Belfort renamed "The wolf of wall street" and represented in the famous film by the actor Leonardo di Caprio.
As a pop figure, EAZ paints it against a background of banknotes and features it with some symbols of luxury such as the tie signed by Louis Vuitton.
The UV Light colors, visible in the dark, symbolize the double personality of the subject: from a good family man to a cocaine addict and a party boy.
"I take Quaalude ten to fifteen times a day for my "back pain", Aderol to stay focused, Xanax to relieve tension, the Ambien to sleep, grass to calm me down, cocaine for a new lash and morphine because ... well, because it's extraordinary. But of all the drugs under the immense blue sky there is one that is my absolute favorite, and I'm not talking about cocaine. I'm talking about these." [showing a banknote]
- Medium: Stencil + Acrylics colors and UV Color + Fake Money
Signature: Artist's signature and timber
- Year: 2019
- Dimensions: 60x100cm
- Frame: NO
- Certificate of Authenticity: YES