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One part sweet and one part sinister, the work created by Los Angeles painter, Luke Chueh presents humorous scenes with cute characters in not-so-classic scenarios. Using a controlled color palette and a cartoon look that provides a useful juxtaposition for its darkly comic design, this digital print, published exclusively by Eyes On Walls, is printed on acid-free fine art paper and easily fits into a standard-sized frame.
Print comes mounted on a 2" deep hand-stained black frame. Ready to hang. Mounting hardware included. Published exclusively by Eyes On Walls.
Eyes On Walls
Fine Art Paper, Wood
H 12” W 10” D 2”
Eyes On Walls
Montreal-based Eyes On Walls publishes exclusive contemporary artwork, from digital imaging to watercolor to street art, by Lora Zombie, Alex Cherry, Shark Toof, and others. Tom Rowlandson—whose publishing experience includes Andy Warhol’s work and Disney licensing properties—founded the company in 2010 to connect a new generation of artists with future collectors.