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Piano Man II

One of BUA’s classic urban art prints. Combining both street art style and classic painterly strokes Piano man II is the quintessential Justin BUA painting. The Piano Man’s face and hands are modeled both sculpturally and tonally–Very traditionally. However, the handling of his jacket is indicative of BUA’s early subway car graffiti techniques. The flat two-dimensional rhythms of graffiti energy and bold outlines are markings of any BUA painting.

Excerpt from BUA:
“Piano man is very handsome and well put together.  Even his cuticles are manicured. He is a man of style, elegance, and grace. Much like the Piano Masters– Thelonious Monk, Ray Charles and Duke Ellington, Piano Man plays jazz until the break of dawn with love in his heart and music on his mind.”

PRINT: Premium Archival Matte Paper is a smooth, neutral-white, matte paper. The paper supports accurate color reproduction and high-contrast, high-resolution output, and is acid-free for a longer print life with pigment inks. It features a heavyweight (230 gsm), and an instant-dry coating that resists fingerprints and smudging.

Hand-embellished Giclée on Canvas: The two-over-one weave with an acid-free pH neutral polycotton base fine art canvas provides consistency throughout the print run.

Product Details

Open Edition
Giclée on Paper
Signed
Unframed
Width: 26-44"
Height: 20.75-34.5"

$250.00$2,500.00

Clear

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