Infinity Skull Archival Pigment Print

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Purchase Infinity Skull Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Bright White Fine Art Paper by Sobekcis graffiti street artist modern pop art.


"Both of these pieces fit in the aesthetic that we have been working on in the last year and for both, we chose the approach of working half by hand and then working out the geometrical elements and colors on the computer. With the Infinity Skull piece, we wanted to work with asymmetrical piece as we have worked on before, and even though it wasn't in the first idea it somehow started to look like a tarot card. So we finished the work in that direction. For Crystalpecker, the idea was to use the same outline of the bird just flipped, and also in different color combinations to create again this kind of symmetry like with the skull. They we were just breaking it up with the background so it wouldn't be perfectly symmetrical." - Sobekcis

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Purchase Infinity Skull Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Bright White Fine Art Paper by Sobekcis graffiti street artist... Read more

  • Artwork: Infinity Skull Archival Pigment Print
  • Sprayed Paint Art Collection
  • Size: 11.7x16.5
  • Year: 2015
  • Edition of: 50
    • Archival Pigment Print on 310gsm Bright White Fine Art Paper
    • Not Framed
    • Signed: Yes
    • Colors: Rainbow, Green

    Artwork Description

    Purchase Infinity Skull Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Bright White Fine Art Paper by Sobekcis graffiti street artist modern pop art.


    "Both of these pieces fit in the aesthetic that we have been working on in the last year and for both, we chose the approach of working half by hand and then working out the geometrical elements and colors on the computer. With the Infinity Skull piece, we wanted to work with asymmetrical piece as we have worked on before, and even though it wasn't in the first idea it somehow started to look like a tarot card. So we finished the work in that direction. For Crystalpecker, the idea was to use the same outline of the bird just flipped, and also in different color combinations to create again this kind of symmetry like with the skull. They we were just breaking it up with the background so it wouldn't be perfectly symmetrical." - Sobekcis

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