About This Image
Not much happens when you're trying to make everyone happy, as Lenin is often credited with saying: "If you want to make an omelet, must be willing to break a few eggs.
People tend to overreact these days when they are confronted with ideas that they find objectionable. Paradoxically, it is only those ideas that push the boundaries and wind up effecting change.
We are trained not to offend, to be politically correct, and not to disrupt the status quo.
The next time you hear an idea that offends, or to which you immediately answer in the negative, stop and think about 'what if' and see if there is a way that idea could make sense.
Pushing the edges is what nudges progress.
- Limited Edition Giclée
- Printed on acid free, textured fine art paper 330 gsm
- Plate signed
A Word on Framing - Or, why you should let us do it for you:
Having spent your hard earned cash on a beautiful piece of art we strongly recommend professional framing.
Our limited edition giclée prints and serigraphs are printed on the best archival paper available. It is designed to last a very, very long time. We've seen clients who have taken both routes; inexpensive poster frames, which will ensure that the print will not survive the fullness of time, and top end, proper museum type framing.
We have contracted with a local framer, so that you can get a really high quality professionally framed print for probably half of what your frame shop would charge.
We frame our giclée prints using a high quality mat between the print and the plexiglass. For our larger serigraphs we make shadow box frames so that the artwork is set back from the UV plexiglass, and the artwork is floating, 'hinged' to a back board that will make it stand out and look amazing. The moldings we offer are 1" 5/8 (4.25cm) minimalist sleek black or white matte lacquered wood.
Special framing requests are welcome. Questions? email us at firstname.lastname@example.org