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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.
"This series is inspired by a recent trip to Kyoto, Japan. Throughout my time in Japan I visited a number of vintage book shops and second hand stores, collecting a variety of graphic novels, song books, magazines, old newspapers, and maps. Upon returning to my studio I used these materials as not only image and type references for this new body of work, but also physical collage elements incorporated into each piece. The heavily layered imagery and vibrant color palette of this hand-printed series reflects the rich tradition and lively culture I experienced during my stay in Japan." - Greg Gossel
Greg Gossel was born in 1982 in western Wisconsin. With a background in design, his work is an expressive interplay of many diverse words, images, and gestures. Gossel’s multi-layered work illustrates a visual history of change and process throughout each piece. His work has been exhibited throughout the U.S. and abroad, including San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Copenhagen, and London. His commercial clients include Levi's, Burton Snowboards, Stussy, VICE Magazine, and Interscope Records while his work has been published in The San Francisco Chronicle, Juxtapoz Art & Culture Magazine, Artslant, and ROJO Magazine. Greg currently resides in Minneapolis, MN.
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