Verisart Certificate of Authenticity
- release date: march 18th, 2022
edition size: 50
- dimensions: 8 x 10 in / 20.23 x 25.40 cm
- medium: Archival Pigment Print On 290gsm Fine Art Paper
- provenance: Signed & Numbered by Melissa Villaseñor with Certificate of Authenticity from Moonlight Arts Collective
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about this art
“I drew this because last November, I hooked up with a guy and I became addicted to him. I thought he was just too hot to be true, and I've never really had that before. So my brain just went nutty and I got this obsession that I just wanted to keep him, you know? Creepy. It's creepy. So I was trying to play it cool. Like, yeah, I just want to hook up situation, but I realized I can't do that. I became too obsessed, and it ended up really hurting me. So the lava lamp is just being this yellow, colorful light, and this stronger force of energy kind of messed me up." - Melissa Villaseñor
Melissa Villaseñor is a stand-up comedian, actress, and impressionist who broke barriers by becoming the first-ever Latina cast member of Saturday Night Live. Melissa has voiced characters for Toy Story 4, Wreck It Ralph 2, Cartoon Network’s OK K.O.!, Fox’s American Dad and Family Guy. She has also filmed episodes for Comedy Central’s Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens, HBO’s Crashing and Barry, Freeform’s Alone Together, and of course Saturday Night Live. Most recently, you can catch her as herself on Netflix’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and cat owner Karen in Netflix’s Hubie Halloween.
Melissa made her start as a semifinalist on “America’s Got Talent”, and has continued to tour internationally - headlining stand-up comedy clubs and theaters for the past 10 years.