Run of 90 copies
2 images of 97 x 71,5 cm (38,19 x 28,15 inch) each
1 color hand pulled photopolymer
Canson edition Blanco extra 320gr
Signed and numbered by the artist
Includes Certificate of Authenticity
Packed in custom made wooden crate
2.400€ (Shipping and taxes not included)
Taking the archetypal image of an Inuit man fishing through a hole in thick ice as an example of the fragility of the environment but also the adaptability of humans, Pejac composed a worrying "before and after" storyline with this striking work. By reversing the image's content and placing the subject on a solitary block of ice floating on water, he managed to sum up the extent of the crisis that humanity is facing, transforming the relationship between the key elements into the structure of a universally recognized symbol for eternal balance.
Released as a diptych, each of the 2 images will be printed as 1 color hand pulled photopolymers on Canson edition Blanco extra 320gr paper measuring 97 x 71,5 cm (38,19 x 28,15 inch). The labor-intensive, time-consuming, and unforgiving technique matches the idea of working with a negative and positive image while capturing the warmth and refinement of the original work. The prints will be available in a "fundraising" edition of 10 hand-embellished examples and a regular edition of 90 examples, each signed and numbered by the artist and accompanied with a matching COA. They will be shipped in custom-made wooden crates padded with recyclable protecting foam, completing the sentiment behind this release.