Spray paint on used London Travel Cards, hand finished with acrylic ink.
One of Johnman's renowned train ticket artworks depicts a young woman, walking topless down a railway track. The piece is entitled "Carefree" and symbolises a lighter outlook on life's journey.
119 individual London Travelcard tickets from the late 90s an 00s have been glued together to form the canvas. The tickets have then been spray painted with transparent paint applied via the use of intricately, hand-cut stencils. The highlights have then been applied in a loose, free-flowing style with acrylic ink.
This unique (1 of 1) edition uses a range of London Travelcard tickets with a rich pink colour giving a hue of dusk or dawn to the piece.
"One thing I love about using transparent paints is the dual element that it gives the finished pieces. One can stand back and admire the artwork or get up-close and personal and see the details printed on the canvas media beneath. Preserving and adding fresh interest to these iconic and historic pieces of British design and culture.
Titled and signed en-verso along with the media used.
Unique 1 of 1.
Floated in a double mount within a black, wooden frame and ready to hang as pictured.
93.5 x 59.5cm (110.5 x 76.5cm framed)
Spray paint and acrylic ink on London Travelcards
Framed and ready to hang as pictured
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