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Pop Deco Spaceboy: Making Shapes Series #2020Vision David Bowie as Thomas Jerome Newton in the Nicolas Roeg film 'The Man Who Fell To Earth' New Media, Minimalist, Graphic Portrait, set against a De Stijl/Neo Plasticism inspired geometric background, Gallery Edition of only 10. A new addition to the Pop Deco series of artworks based on the elements of three related works now released as separate editions. Making Shapes/Shapes of Things to Come and Pop Deco Series with added #2020 Vision. These Gallery Editions are hand-signed by the artist personally (on the front)* and include a unique Certificate of Authenticity. • Type: Fine-Art Print • Medium: Giclée • Materials: 100% Cotton Archive Paper • Paper Type: Hahnemühle German Etching • Paper Size A1: approx 23.4 x 33.1inches (59x84cms) • Images are at approx. 85% paper size • This artwork is sold unframed • Gallery Edition of only 10 • Signed, accredited and numbered • Includes Certificate of Authenticity Artwork will be shipped rolled in a secure tube. **Signed as StewartHR aka Photographer & Artist: Czar Catstick Stewart works as 'The Emperor's New Clothes Collective' under various artist alter-egos including Czar Catstick, Jack Smith, Hertz Van Wental, Reverend Chicken McPoodle and Baxter Cane.
Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper
Size:9 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in
Size with Frame:14.25 W x 17.25 H x 1.2 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Trust your instincts: let 'Nature' be your guide. *Czar Catstick* is a Photographer, Designer, Fine Art Printmaker and New Media Artist. Not so much a ‘one-trick pony’ but rather a ‘multi-faceted mule’. “I enjoy using references to well known Art & Artists (sometimes hidden) to pay homage to the people I admire”. Subject matter has changed over the years, referencing much 20th Century work and movements including Cubism, Pop Art, The Bauhaus School The Young British Artists from the 80s with Pointillism, Surreal and Dada inspirations. Digital Photography combined with traditional and modern techniques are used to create new media works often pushing boundaries between figurative and abstract art. Recent experimentation with patterns, formations and fabric designs have been a pretty much all-consuming interest. *Czar works as 'The Emperor's New Clothes Collective' under various artist alter-egos including Jack Smith, Czar Catstick, Hertz Van Wental, Pavlov Bellwether, StewartHR and Baxter Cane. "I'm not scared of colour, although shapes can be a little menacing at times..." All Social Media / Online Accounts: #BigFatArts www.BFA.gallery & www.BFAHub.com - CZAR CATSTICK - Never Knowingly Understood
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