Pittsburgh Skyline Print - Altered Pittsburgh - Silkscreen Print
"Altered Pittsburgh" is a three color print measuring about 11"x15". this is a hand pulled print and is one in an limited edition of 22. like most of my work it is based in photography, but in this print i wanted to break up the skyline and use it as other elements such as the sky itself. all my prints are hand pulled, signed and numbered on acid free cold press paper. the paper size is 15"x20" the print area is approximately 11"x15"
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Fracturing and Displacement of Form: Daniel Libeskind’s Early...
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KRob Architecture Competition - Architectural illustration, delineation and drawing competition. Architects and architecture students submit architectural sketches for architecture competition.
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