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Power in Peace, 2020 - Indie184

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In 1967, at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, Martin Luther King spoke with NBC News' Sander Vanocur about the "new phase" of the struggle for "genuine equality.” Power in Peace is indie184’s response to this interview.


 Utilising a combination of collage, spray painting and digital editing texhniques, Power in Peace seeks to demonstrate the empowering philosophies of Martin Luther King - a path for world peace through unity.


Indie184 is New York-based artist who has been active in graffiti culture for over 2 decades. Influenced by abstract expressionism and pop art, her paintings are raptures of color and textures. Fused with of her original graffiti and street art, imagery, and designs juxtaposed with personal messages. Indie’s art has been exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide, including El Museo del Barrio, New York and Völklingen Ironworks Museum, Saarbrücken, Germany.


Each artwork is made available in one size only that is specifically chosen by our in-house art curators based on the most ideal dimensions for the artistic creation on display.

 

The current artworks' size is:

20x28" / 50.8x71.1cm

Artworks are limited to editions of 50.

 

 

Comes in our framed canvas which is a 38mm stretched canvas within a traditional picture frame. The simple addition of a high quality wooden picture frame creates a completely new form of wall art; quite distinct to any other form and is sure to create a timeless piece on your wall.

 

The thin frame sits approximately 5mm from the edge of the canvas helping create a floating border. 

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Substrate Weight: 400gsm

Frame Colour: Black

Paper Type: Metallic Canvas (mc)

Glaze: Gloss Varnish

Wrap: Black

Frame Type: Float Frame, 38mm Standard Stretcher Bar

Edge: 38mm

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Shipped assembled & ready to hang.

 

Please allow 9-12 days for your order to arrive.

In order to understand why the shipping time may seem long, let us explain our process.

We only sell exclusive, limited edition and hand selected artworks which are developed, printed and framed on a floating canvas paper to a professional standard. We spare no expense in the crafting of artworks so that they are high-quality, archival grade timeless editions to a collection of any size. Our printing supply chain works with world-renowned museums all around the world.


For more information on our printing process, read our Quality page.