Postage stamp collage with background and edges painted black.
Oscar Reutersvard was a Swedish artist and was the first to deliberately make impossible figures. In 1934 he created the first drawing of an impossible triangle out of a series of cubes. Pete has made two developments in colour each using approximately 2200 Machin definitive postage stamps. The design needs to be looked at for at least thirty seconds in order to realise that the triangle is an imperfect illusion. Clients wishing to match existing colour schemes can request through the Gallery black or white background against their chosen stamp colour.
Original artwork with signed Certificate of Authenticity
W 36.00" x H 36.00" D 2.00"
Media: mixed media and mosaic
Surface: Quality deep edge box canvas painted black
£1500.00
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