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158620 Underkurrent
158620

Underkurrent

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in Mixed Media by Chris Klein No Artist Reviews
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I was once commissioned to design the publicity material for an evening of live electronic music by the river Thames presented by Walter Fabeck and Kreepa. This piece is a unique edition giclée print of the final illustration framed in graphite polished wood secured to the outside of the stretcher with japanned black screws. Techno archaic, reminiscent of the decadence of a decrepit future.
W 23.50" x H 17.00"
W 59.69 cm x H 43.18 cm
Giclée on canvas. Number 1 of an edition of 1 fitted with a bespoke frame. Though this image was used for poster, flyers, tickets and badges, this is the only Giclée on canvas that will ever be offere
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About the Artist

Chris Klein was born in the early fifties. After studying Graphic Design for four years at Watford School of Art he pursued a career in that field, enabling him to continue his artistic development independent of other considerations. As well as one man shows at Freuds in Shaftesbury Avenue and W...

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