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Run #01927
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TYPE:Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper
SIZE:18 x 21 Inches
This RUN is signed, numbered and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Case Maclaim and 1xRUN.
Edition Size 30
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$250.00
Framing: NONE
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The framing option for this RUN includes a 1 inch black wood frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.

1xRUN Presents The Murals In The Market 2017 Print Suite

 - Featuring New Limited Edition Prints From -

Phase I:
Fel3000ft - Mary Iverson - Malt - Tavar Zawacki aka Above -
Arlin - Beau Stanton - Jeremiah Britton - Daniel Weintraub -
Tatiana Suarez - W.C. Bevan - Bask -

Phase II:
 - Laura Finlay - Case Maclaim -  Julian Spradlin - Lauren Napolitano -
 - Brandan "BMike" Odums - Anthony Lee - Eddie Colla -
- Jeff Gress - Askew One - Kevin Lyons - Denial -
- Ouizi x Michelle Tanguay - Hoxxoh -
- Michael Vasquez - Meggs - and - Pat Perry -

View The Entire 2017 Print Suite Right HERE!

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Case is the alias of Andreas von Chrzanowski an artist from the German graffiti scene who was born and raised East Germany. As early as 1995, he began painting with spray cans, and he uses this medium to make photorealistic images of body forms and portraits. case is one of four members of the Maclaim Crew, founded in the year 2000. Maclaim is known for having established photorealistic works with spray cans in Germany. case’s artistry usually includes people or the human body. He removes them from their normal environments, changes them, and then displays them within a new context, one that has also been modified. This enables him to replace the traditional idea of what beauty represents by controversial, grotesque images; these create nothing less than a very unique form of fascination for the beholder.

One of the most poignant aspects common to all of case’s works is the texture of the surfaces he uses. They are painted on a background that is made from pieces of cardboard of various sizes. Most of the cardboard comes from the packaging of the spray paint cans and they are held together with glue, staples and tape. Sometimes bits and pieces of wood are also glued onto the surface, such that a bumpy, one-of-a-kind surface appears. This structure is diametrically opposed to typically overblown, perfectionist images and it gives case’s works their unique character.
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