"Rio de Janeiro"is a Limited Edition Acrylic Glass Artwork by artist Chaotic Atmospheres (Switzerland). I
One of 14 cities in the collection "Flowing City Maps".
- Highly Limited Edition Sale - Only 10 will ever be sold.
- Acrylic Glass Print measures 28" x 28".
- Numbered, signed, and shipped with a certificate of authenticity.
- Choose from unframed or framed. Black and white floater frames are made from durable wood with a satin finish.
The collection Flowing City Maps has attracted the attention of contemporary art lovers around the world. With past expositions in Switzerland and Italy and many more international expositions to come, the demand for prints has been tremendous. To protect the value and the rarity of the artworks, only 10 copies of each city will ever be produced. The artist has chosen Acrylic Glass Prints because they show the incredible details otherwise lost when produced on other products. It is with much excitement that the vibrant collection Flowing City Maps is now available.
Acrylic Glass Prints provide images with crystal clear clarity and added depth. Images are printed on a high-quality, HD premium photo paper and are mounted on the back of a 1/4" thick, clear acrylic substrate. The high gloss of the acrylic enhances the hues and vibrancy of the image, providing for intense, rich colors. They are hung using a wire that is attached to a 1/2 thick wooden frame mounted to the back.
Istvan, aka Chaotic Atmospheres, is an illustrator & contemporary artist based out of Geneva, Switzerland. Istvans formal artistic career began at the age of 17 at a university for Fine Arts in Geneva. After 3 years of studies, however, he took off to a design school in Paris geared more towards his passion for creating art with a greater emphasis on aesthetics.
Today Istvans portfolio serves as a reflection of his unique creative spirit. Inspired by subjects found primarily in nature, he creates images that enhance their most interesting forms, bringing to life even the smallest of details that would otherwise remain hidden to the viewer.Show More Show Less