Purchase Time Capsule Silkscreen Print by Michael Reeder Hand-Pulled 8-Color on 500g Rising Museum Board Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork.
2023 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 99 Artwork Size 33x46 Silkscreen Print with Phosphorescent Glow-In-The-Dark Ink
“The year is 3023. An unidentified object is discovered during an archeological dig in the now desolate and barren region of North America. While carefully cleaning the relic, it began to glow and shake violently. Unbeknownst to the handler, an ancient time capsule was inadvertently activated, releasing a power never before seen by humankind.” -Michael Reeder
Michael Reeder is a contemporary American artist known for his distinct style that combines portraiture, graphic design, and street art elements. His work often features striking, colorful, and geometric compositions incorporating realistic and abstract elements. The "Time Capsule" silkscreen print by Michael Reeder is a limited edition artwork showcasing his unique visual storytelling approach. This piece features a subject rendered in Reeder's signature style, with bold colors, geometric shapes, and intricate details. The composition probably emphasizes the duality of the human experience, exploring themes such as identity, self-discovery, and the passage of time. As a silkscreen print, "Time Capsule" would have been created through a printmaking technique called serigraphy or screen printing. This process involves using a stencil to apply ink onto a surface through a fine mesh screen. The technique allows multiple identical prints to be created, often resulting in bold, vibrant colors and crisp lines. Limited edition prints like this are typically signed and numbered by the artist, making them desirable for collectors and art enthusiasts. Michael Reeder's work has been exhibited in galleries and art fairs around the world, and his unique style has garnered him a solid following among collectors and enthusiasts of contemporary art. Owning a piece like "Time Capsule" would be an excellent opportunity to bring a piece of Reeder's distinctive artistic vision into one's personal art collection.