The framing option for this RUN includes a 1 Inch Black Wood Frame with UV-Glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.
"I really like the shape of the letters in this piece. They remind me of some kind of a bio/anatomical shape. This piece was originally on exhibit for the Artaq in Paris and sold at the Pierre Cardin space in Paris during an exhibition. It was part of a black and white series I had done on a metal plate and this piece is probably the best piece of the series. I think overall it is also one of my favorite works, I like the flow and the movement that it has.
I painted this piece with water based enamel for the background and fine acrylic for the styles. I also used fire to burn the metal to create different kinds of shadows which gave more of a depth to the artwork. The support is a metal plate recycled from an offset printing press.” - Made514
This RUN comes signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Made514 and 1xRUN.
MADE514 was born in Padua on June 7th, 1975. He is a self-taught artist and his experience in the world of graffiti started in the early 90′s. In addition to this, he has pursued his interest towards techniques as sculpture and painting aiming at discovering and experimenting the artistic possibilities which can arise from the combination of these different crafts. The result is the use of graffiti techniques on conventional movable surfaces. His work is characterized by soft shapes, spiral and slicing lines, emotional sketches and very dynamic movements, in which letters are disassembled and reassembled as to create timeless instants with the figurative world. He painted and exposed in many city of Europe as well as North and South America . MADE514 currently lives and works in Padua, Italy.
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