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Archival Pigment Print on 310gsm Fine Art Paper
16 x 20 Inches
RELEASE DATE: Aug 03 2013
RUN # 00533
This RUN comes signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Ben Horton and 1xRUN.
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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.
"I originally created this piece for a show in Oceanside, California called Landline. The show was loosely based on the pros and cons of communication between people in today’s society, one of the pros being the way some people get straight to the point during a conversation. Likewise, crows have the freedom to fly from point A to B, without being forced to take needless twists and turns. The background is a mixture of 1950’s and 60’s automobile ads and car part blueprints representing the seemingly endless twists and turns we are forced to take while driving from point A to B. But a car can also represent a type of freedom as well: being able to go wherever you want whenever you want. The fence is a representation of boundaries that take away our freedom." - Ben Horton
Ben Horton is an artist and illustrator living and working in San Diego, California. Among many others he has worked with RVCA and Transworld Skateboarding.
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