Artistically claimed in a mixed media variation by its neighbor EJ is the "The Molecule Man", a sculpture by Jonathan Borowsky, by now an icon, standing in the middle of Berlin's Spree River - and I heard smaller versions in some other cities around the world as well.
It took a long time of cruising around this huge aluminum sculpture to have it infront of the right background, in the right angle and light - and that small red boat passing by, important for showing the real size relation of this threefold man/men with holes.
So the work is based on a photo, with the idea to give it a painterly touch for a canvas print. The photo was made in 2010. I found a canvas to print on, and after some tests printed them myself, then varnished them in different ways.
That's why I call them "Multiples", made one at a time on 20 cm x 20 cm on canvas and mounted in a 30 cm x 30 cm mat / passepartout.
This one is signed and numbered 9./2012 on the mat.
The 400 g/m cotton canvas lays between the mat and a strong back. It comes with a hanger you can attach, so it is ready to hang, but it also fits perfectly into a square frame for 30 x 30 cm.
Also available: 30 inch x 28 inch / 75 cm x 72 cm. It is the only large print 1/1 of the digital original, and it was printed by a professional printer on 270g/m canvas. The print quality and colors came out beautifully, with enough canvas around it, so 2 cm stretchers would work well for it to be stapled on the back.
Rolled up in a tube, just as it was sent to my studio, it will arrive...
Ink and acrylics , backed mat