The framing option for this RUN includes a 1 Inch Black Wood frame with UV-glass & ready to hang hardware.
"We painted this at our friend Ana Noble’s house in Mexico City as a commission for her. Ana had a dream about the painting we made for her (which we hadn’t made yet), described it to us, and we made it a reality, adding a few surprises of our own. I can’t remember what happened exactly but she mentioned a deer and an ibis. We made a pencil sketch, then put together a composition using photos in Photoshop, then painted it. The original painting is 6 and half foot in diameter and is somewhat based on Ana and things she likes.
This piece is unique because it has two half ibis half dear hurdling through space towards a full moon and rainbow. It also has a cactus snake, which is an animal plant I invented! Plus it’s like a portal so works well hung on a ceiling as well as a wall!" - Aaron Glasson & Celeste Byers
This RUN come signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Aaron Glasson + Celeste Byers and 1xRUN.
Aaron is an artist and Creative Director from New Zealand, now based in the United States. He creates work that documents and interprets his experience of living on this wonderful planet. Aaron works as creative director of Ocean Conservation NPO PangeaSeed and Aligned. He also regularly exhibits his artwork and paints murals around the globe. He has created artwork, film, and design for a number of brands, organisations, and institutions around the world such as; Khogy, The Honoloulu Museum of Art, IFO Skateboards, Ought, and Moss Research
Find out more @ www.aaronglasson.com
Celeste Byers is an avid ocean worshipper, dream recaller, and nature
enthusiast from San Diego, California. Her work combines inspiration
from the natural world and subconscious mind, taking form in a variety
of mediums including sculptural installations, film and animation,
paintings, drawings, music, and murals. After graduating with a BFA
from Art Center College of Design in 2012, she has been working as an
artist and freelance illustrator for a variety of people and companies
including the New York Times, PangeaSeed, McSweeney's Publishing, Sea
Stoke Magazine, and Lucky Peach Magazine. Her murals can be found in
the United States, Sri Lanka, and Mexico.