Purchase Habitats II Standard Lithograph Flouro Mix Print by Al Maser Hand-Pulled Print on Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Graffiti Street Pop Artwork.
2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 75 Artwork Size 19.69x27.56
"A lot of my works focuses on relationships. That's stemmed from working in the public realm for the majority of my artist career. How the public interact and engage with my large outdoor murals, led me onto building interactive installations so people can engage with the '3d paintings' Over the past few years this idea of relationships and the environment has found me looking at botanics and their role and effect on us. Primarily out of interest but it has lead me to understand the importance of certain plants, in regards to our health, mental health, sleep, anxiety etc. It has naturally brought me to the National Botanical Gardens Dublin Ireland to sketch and take photos of the plants I've found of interest. From those sketches and photographs I've integrated their loose forms into my 'hard lined' art and applied the new compositions to my print works." - Maser
Habitats II, a remarkable work by Al Maser, exemplifies the fusion of graffiti, street, and pop art elements, capturing the essence of urban contemporary expression. This captivating lithograph, titled "Habitats II Standard Lithograph Flouro Mix Print," is a celebration of Al Maser's deep engagement with public spaces, relationships, and the intricate dance of human interaction with nature. Hand-pulled with precision on high-quality fine art paper, this 2019 creation exudes vibrancy, both in its color palette and its inherent narrative. With a dimension of 19.69x27.56, it is a limited edition, showcasing Al Maser's commitment to exclusivity, as it is one among a mere set of 75, each authentically signed and numbered. Maser's artistic journey has been characterized by his fascination with relationships, shaped largely by his extensive experience in public art. This interplay between the public and his large-scale outdoor murals served as a catalyst, urging him to craft interactive installations that serve as tangible "3d paintings." This exploration of relationships further extended to the environment, steering Maser towards the realm of botanics and their profound influence on human well-being. His curiosity about the role of plants in regulating health, mental state, sleep, and anxiety led him to the National Botanical Gardens in Dublin, Ireland. There, he sketched and photographed intriguing plants, seamlessly integrating their organic forms into his characteristically 'hard lined' art. Habitats II, thus, stands as a testament to Maser's unique approach, translating his real-world observations into compelling print works that resonate with a wide audience.