Bibendum, also known as the Michelin Building, one of London's favourite landmarks. Built in 1909 it was the first permanent Headquaters of the Michelin Tyre Company. The piece was created from an original photograph and printed on a small piece of brushed aluminum. This gives the work an etched effect highlighting the the beautiful lines and curves of the building. Floated in a hand-painted wood frame. Please note: this piece is made to order. It can usually be created and delivered in around two weeks.
Michael specialises in aluminium and reclaimed wood prints as well as neon and LED installations. He spent more than twenty years in the media industry working on entertainment programmes, talk shows, documentaries, and a children’s novel. However creating original and innovative art is his true passion, and he now works out of Wimbledon Art Studios in South London as a full-time artist. In recent years he has moved into more ambitious work – digitally manipulating his own photographs to produce unusual art and installations using a variety of surfaces and mediums. His latest work celebrates the beauty of the city through the shapes and outlines that define its landmarks and ch ...
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