This print is from my Monochrome collection.
This is a highly conceptual piece that honors two great architects and artistic visionaries. One is an architect living and creating amazing functional physical structures for all the world to enjoy - Santiago Calatrava. The other is a virtual "Architect of Magnificent Visions" of the mid 20th century who produced incredible architectural designs that never made it into physical existence - A.G. Rizzoli.
This work is based on the original photograph of Calatrava's World Trade Center Transportation Hub that is currently (2015) being built in New York City. The figure in the center of the image is representative of Rizzoli's Art Deco designs which he always placed in his drawings to show scale of his buildings (which were all drawn to true scale).
If you are not familiar with the work of either of these amazing artists (and Rizzoli is pretty much an unknown), I highly recommend looking them up.
Metric size (approximate) of paper: 112cm x 86cm x 0.1cm
Metric size (approximate) of image/picture: 101.5cm x 76cm x 0.1cm
Printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308 gsm (19 mil) archival paper, which provides great saturation, texture and depth. Because this paper is so thick, matted and framed with proper backing material, it will not ripple (in normal humidity conditions).
Print includes 2" white borders on each side for easier framing.
The print is numbered and signed by the artist on back and comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
Ships in a well protected cardboard tube.
Other print sizes are available - please inquire via Contact
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308 gsm (19 mil) archival paper