A Diego Rivera inspired piece using the tall building influence found in his New York murals. Cyclists speed over cobbled streets in such close proximity they seem to form a single organism. The horizontal lines formed by the cobbles, the riders, and even the jersey designs delineate speed and contrast sharply with the vertical lines created by the buildings and their windows in the background. The composition contains 235 individual cobbles though most are obscured by 79 “rushing” cyclists.
Original art measures 18″ x 24″ and is composed of tissue paper, urethane and acrylic on birch laminate.
Signed and numbered giclée prints on archival papers with archival ink are available in two image sizes. 12″x16″ and 18″x24″ are in stock. Please note that all giclées are printed with a 1 inch white border so the actual paper size is 2 inches larger in each dimension. For example, a 12″x16″ giclée is printed on a 14″x18″ paper.
12″x16″ and 18″x24″ images also available in a 1″ black wood frame. The smaller frames have regular glass and the larger frames come with a choice of regular glass or UV Protective Acrylic.