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Drone Campaign #2 - Limited Edition Prints - Framed
Run #00432f-fr
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TYPE:Heavyweight Cotton Fine Art Paper
SIZE:21.5 x 40 Inches 4-Color Screen Prints on
Printer Proof 55
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"The drone project was born out of what I saw as a need for a conversation on the subject of drone use both internationally and domestically. The originals were printed in the same manner commercial advertising is printed for phone booths in New York City with a UV-cured inkjet on styrene, a very durable plastic, and they all went up in phone booth ad space around the city. I designed the piece in June of 2012 but they didn’t hit the streets until this past September. The debut was timed with the general assembly of the UN, which may have something to do with my current
predicament." - ESSAM

This RUN comes signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from ESSAM & 1xRUN.

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ESSAM is a New York based artist, born in New York and raised in Maine. He joined the US Army in 2003 where he served three years as a geospatial analyst. In 2006 ESSAM enrolled in the School of Visual Arts where he received a BFA in Photography. It was the military that informed his work as an artist were he now seeks to create conversations on both social and political issues. Over time ESSAM’s work became more experimental until in early 2012 he began working in the streets of New York. Over a 9-month period working stealthily by night he created his most notable work. ESSAM’s Drone campaign received national media attention and is largely responsible for raising awareness and bringing the dialogue on foreign and domestic UAV use to its current level. In November of 2012 ESSAM was arrested in his home by the NYPD for his artistic work on drones, his case is currently pending. ​

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