Fridge Door Abstract | aluminum print
Materials: photography, aluminum, prints, digital, dye sublimation
The brushed steel surface of a friend’s refrigerator door was the stage for this engaging play of light. A supporting role was played by miniblinds waiting in the wings.
I am showing a variety of my photos and digital paintings in the Metal Prints section of my store. They are squares, which allows them to be used in multiple-image arrays. Those might be 4x4 or 3x3 arrays. Or they could be rows of 2, 3, 4, or more images.
Each print comes ready to hang with hanging hardware bonded to the back of the print. The prints are made by dye infusion on aluminum. Xenon Light Stability Testing results show that the image stability of MetalPrints is 2 to 4 times the image stability of traditional silver based photo papers.
All of my photos and digital paintings are available in custom sizes and shapes since most of the source images are rectangles. Contact me directly for custom designs at johnboak [!at] boakart.com.
To see a larger range of my photos, visit my Tumblr blog at http://johnboak.tumblr.com/. You may custom-order any of those photos.
Sep 28-Oct 5
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