“Pann’s diner in the Westchester neighbourhood of LA is a classic example mid century Californian ‘googie’ architecture and I love it! I’ve featured the bold neon sign and set it against a dramatic cloudscape.
The prints on plywood have a subframe and d-ring on the reverse and are ready to hang requiring no framing. The subframe on the reverse make the print, when hung, appear to float an inch off your wall.
The wood is a beautiful surface to print on, I love that each piece of wood has it’s own unique grain pattern and that although the prints are in an edition each of the pieces has it’s own character.
The resin finish both protects the print and gives a stunning glossy finish, particularly on the areas of naked wood where it leaves the surface rich and glowing with life. There is another print on the reverse where they are titled, signed, numbered and dated.”
7 colour screen print on 9mm birch plywood.
Edition of 10.