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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone - Grunge Wall Art Prints Collection by Gordan. P. Junior

Rolling Stone - Grunge Art - Digital Art prints and wall Art

Description:

“Rolling Stone”  is a part of grunge art prints collection created by artist G.P.Junior.

Since 1967, Rolling Stone has been the premiere publication about the popular music scene, and its pages have inspired the Rolling Stone Grunge Modern Wall Art Print. Typography represents the words of the talented reporters and writers that have made the publication a legend, while the splashes of black and white symbolize the artistic photographs that accompany the coverage in the pages. A print produced from the work of artist G.P. Junior, this piece shows how film scans and other media can be layered together to create a simply spectacular composition, and the work will complement any interior due to its monochromatic color scheme.

Grunge art collection represents the digital playground of the gallery. Grunge style abstract artwork was created digitally trough multi layer experimentation process. The artist combines high resolutions scans of his original conventional artwork.

Digital collage technique stretches across media, including warm and grainy vintage film scans combined with mixed media abstract paintings and liquid media photography.

Grunge collage artwork generally glows in its best light in modern interiors and industrial or retro style apartments as large canvas prints or framed art.

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  • Original Art Medium: Digital Art, ( Grunge Digital Abstract Collage )
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Quality:

  • 100% satisfaction guarantee return policy
  • Worldwide Shipping
  • Museum-quality giclée prints  

( All of our canvases and premium papers are acid-free and with proper care, will last for generations. )

 

All Artwork prints can be purchased from Gallery Prints Store as:

  • Framed Prints
  • Canvas Prints
  • Acrylic Prints
  • Metal Prints
  • Posters
  • Art Gifts

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