Signal Flare Archival Pigment Print

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Purchase Signal Flare Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Museum Natural Fine Art Paper by Adam Caldwell graffiti street artist modern pop art.


"This is a painting of one of my favorite models, Victoria. I painted her in front of a vintage photo of a railway signalman swinging a lantern at night. He’s sending information to the conductor of the train by moving the light in different patterns. There are also elements from an architectural model, a receding yellow fire hose, and some backward 1950’s ad copy. This piece was part of a recent show with Ekundayo and Joram Roukes "New Generation" at Thinkspace gallery in July 2013. I used ad copy, historical photos, and female figures as elements in most of the pieces. It’s a bit simpler than most of my compositions. The figure is really centered as well, I usually push for a more asymmetrical placement, but I like how it came out." - Adam Caldwell

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  • Artwork: Signal Flare Archival Pigment Print
  • Sprayed Paint Art Collection
  • Size: 13x19
  • Year: 2014
  • Edition of: 35
    • Archival Pigment Print on 310gsm Museum Natural Fine Art Paper
    • Not Framed
    • Signed: Yes
    • Colors: Black, Tan

    Artwork Description

    Purchase Signal Flare Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Museum Natural Fine Art Paper by Adam Caldwell graffiti street artist modern pop art.


    "This is a painting of one of my favorite models, Victoria. I painted her in front of a vintage photo of a railway signalman swinging a lantern at night. He’s sending information to the conductor of the train by moving the light in different patterns. There are also elements from an architectural model, a receding yellow fire hose, and some backward 1950’s ad copy. This piece was part of a recent show with Ekundayo and Joram Roukes "New Generation" at Thinkspace gallery in July 2013. I used ad copy, historical photos, and female figures as elements in most of the pieces. It’s a bit simpler than most of my compositions. The figure is really centered as well, I usually push for a more asymmetrical placement, but I like how it came out." - Adam Caldwell

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