A deteriorated surface. Corroded metal and peeling paint in an ongoing state of decay. A metaphor for flesh, time and memory. The title of this piece is a reference to the famous monologue by the replicant Roy Batty at the end of Ridley Scott's seminal film 'Blade Runner'.
This very large statement piece is number one from an edition of just 3. Hand-signed and numbered on the back, with a certificate of authenticity.
Aluminium mounting is the ultimate ready-to-hang enhancement to your home or workplace, a spectacular image and a sleek and modern mounting system which creates a stunning piece of gallery standard artwork and is the perfect way to show off this powerful piece of photographic art.
The photograph is professionally lab-printed onto Fuji Crystal Archive paper using a traditional photo-chemical process, then mounted and sealed on a 3 layer aluminium substrate (for superb stability and warp-resistance). Finally, a UV-protective coating is applied to protect the print. Wall-fixings are pre-fitted, so the piece is ready to hang straight away.
Also available as unmounted prints in a range of sizes on Hahnemühle FineArt Pearl paper (or similar), hand-signed and numbered in the border. These unmounted prints come in a limited edition of 25 across all sizes. Please contact me for information and pricing on different sizes and finishes, or with any other questions.
Please be aware that gallery-quality prints of this kind takes a little time. Turnaround times vary from 7 business days for unmounted prints to 10 business days on average for canvas and aluminium mounting, after which I take delivery of the work for inspection before shipping to you. Guaranteed to be worth the wait!
Prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Photo paper, mounted on Aluminium substrate, UV protective coating