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One of a series of five relief prints based on photos by Toronto photographer Graham Iddon. Large wall decor art.

I have always liked the sculptural look of elevated highways, flyovers and overpasses. A few years after I made this print of the Gardiner Expressway in Toronto, a portion of the eastern end was torn down and now people think I am commemorating the part that is gone!

A print from this edition is a part of the City of Toronto’s Public Art Collection.

Image size: 12” x 21”/30 x 53cm
Paper size: 19” x 26”/48 x 66
Print number: A/P
Signed and numbered original print
Printed by hand

All of my blocks are cut by hand and I print each one by hand using a bamboo ladle. There are small variations from print to print due to the hand printing process. I use archival BFK Rives paper and light fast Daniel Smith inks.

I do combine shipping on multiple purchases.

This print will be shipped rolled in a tube.

To see more of my 19" x 26" multi colour prints:

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Margaret Rankin

COLLOGRAPH PRINT - Advancing Columns - Urban Highway Print 19x26" Last Print Available

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cardboard, ink, paper, relief block
  • Feedback: 167 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Toronto, Canada