Assembly Line

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Assembly Line

6,950.00

This piece is part of my "Abandoned Spaces" series and is a composite image of an assembly line in one of what was formerly the largest car plants in the world where car and even airplane engines were once assembled. The vivid colours are a result of graffiti and people now going paint-balling in the space! 

This C-Type Fine Art Photographic Print is mounted on a reverse acrylic sub-frame and arrives ready to hang.

It is 50" x 30", part of an edition of 50 and comes signed with a Certificate of Authenticity.

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The reverse acrylic subframe provides a sleek and contemporary finish to this piece. This framing technique involves a fine art C-Type photographic print mounted between a sheet of perspex and an aluminium-backing sheet. It removes the need for a heavy frame, eliminates unwanted light reflections and comes with a subframe on the back, making it easy to hang (it is much lighter than a frame with glass). It also allows the piece to sit virtually flush to a wall when hung, adding to its modern aesthetic.