|Limited run of||200|
|Print Technique||Screen print|
|Notes||Regular edition, s/# out of 200 |
Foil edition, s/# out of 5
Also a single unique 3-D edition piece:
A one of a kind 3-D version of the MC5 in Seattle poster from 2004. This newly realized vision was created by Seattle artist (and my assistant) M. Braack. Four screen prints of this poster were sacrificed to create this meticulous masterpeice. The poster is an amazing layering of hand cut peices each mounted on black foamcore and raised one level from another. This makes drop shadows to create a visual perspective that is most definitely 3D. The peice is framed in a black wood shadow box under glass. The overall effect gives the viewer a distinct feeling of dimension and depth that make this image new and exciting.