Because Rick And Morty Portal bookends.
For squanch sake.
About €35.55 (+P&P)
Robbie Loughlin tweetz:
2D, 3D…..9D!!….where will it end? As seen in Athlone!
With the addition of white paint and charcoal edging, artist Cynthia Greig creates apparently two-dimensional anamorphics of everyday objects. Sez she:
I start by collecting everyday objects from the recent past — things made obsolete by technological changes and time; I then whitewash them with ordinary house paint as a method of erasure, and then draw directly onto their surfaces with charcoal to create visual hybrids that appear to vacillate between drawing and photography, black-and-white and color, signifier and signified, copy and original. No digital manipulation is involved, but the camera’s monocular point of view is imperative.