Seeing pictures of Snakes lovely TMA Hollywood inspired me to post some better pics of my London.
Another Misterframeman special, and I must say Gary's/Dale's technigue of triple mounting with two colours to pick up on the colours in the prints works an absolute treat. Anyone thinking of framing one of Nick's Vandal/TMA series I would say this is definitely the way to go.
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Apologies for the poor photo but the display and viewfinder of camera are broken so currently shooting blind - I'll replace the pic when my camera has been repaired, by which time I hope to have also managed to put a hook or two on the wall.
3" deep white box, museum glass, backboard to match the glass orb on the lamppost.
sorry for the less than perfect pic! will take again when i get some time... had from the framers based in birmingham ( custard factory )...and did really fantastic work! i am very pleased have to say and nice to finally get out of the tube and up on the wall... was special for family member and can say they are more than happy... is boxed framed / museum glass and huge!
if anyone lives locally in midlands or near by check out framers...did fantastic price for nick walker framed... will be going back there next week also..lol! some really fantastic nick walkers framed i have seen recently - might have to try getting another one soon!...s
My Vandal Tryptich at the end of my bed! I decided on a white aluminium frame and also choose to go without a mount. This is because the image already appears mounted hence I didnt think a mount would do it any justice.
wiz: zomby89 Street art ends up at Bankrobber Gallery, Urban art ends up at Sothebys.
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