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Archival Pigment Print
37.8 × 27.8 in (96 × 70.6 cm)
250gsm, Epson® UltraSmooth fine art paper for true archival quality
Natural white, 100% cotton rag, hot press featuring an ultra smooth matte surface
Acid, lignin, and chlorine free, pH buffered
Epson® UltraChrome K3™ pigment ink technology
Print has very minor scuff beneath subject's elbow
Provenance: Society6 - acquired from the publisher by the present owner
Liverpool artist Boneface grew up absorbing 1990s pop culture like video games and comics. His vibrant, violent illustrations include everything from beaten down superheroes to badass bikers that look ripped out of the best anime never made. Many of his pieces feature original creations, but he also tackles plenty of notable faces from pop culture — and when he's done with them they're always bloody, bruised, and possibly riddled with bullet holes. A pair of illustrations for the Gauntlet Gallery in San Francisco, for instance, featured the robotic duo of Daft Punk after what looked like a horrible night out. Another series took anonymous henchmen from groups like the Foot Clan and the Crazy 88s and showed them in post-battle mugshots. Boneface recently expanded beyond illustration into the world of animation, crafting a music video for the Queens of the Stone Age song "…Like Clockwork." He also did the album art and other supporting images.