CHRIS DUNCAN - Mint - 1 Original artwork
|Object:||Original artwork (More lots)|
|No. of items:||1|
|Title:||ORIGINAL ARTWORK by Chris Duncan - FLASH on COKE|
|Year oldest item:||2019|
|Year youngest item:||2019|
Chris Duncan works with sheet metal to create awesome pop-culture inspired artwork that is sold to private collectors, and via galleries. Particularly, Chris's unique ComicCan work is becoming more and more popular with its unusual combination of art created straight onto drink cans that have been collected from the streets.
This ORIGINAL FLASH pieces has been hands produce by Chris using a COKE can. He draws on to can and manipulating both sides of the metal creating a slight relief or 3D effect.
Using chemicals he darkens off some of the raw metal he has revealed to help bring out the subject matter and then it is sealed with a lacquer.
Because of the way Chris works each piece has its own fingerprint as individual as your own.
Image size 16.5cm x 11.5cm
Overall framed size 42cm x 32cm
Black frame 2cm x 2.5
Picture comes with Certificate of Authenticity on reverse (see pic)
The piece will be securely packed and sent via fully tracked postal service
Catawiki member since January 9, 2018, received 82 reviews in total (42 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||100% (42 reviews)|
|(last 12 months)|
Very pleased! Great item, quick delivery and extremely well packaged - what more can you ask for! 5-stars!
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|Rest of Europe||$49.85|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Chorley (Lancashire), United Kingdom.
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