BETH ABRAHAMSONShapes2017Digital print on 192 gsm archival paper24 x 18 inches, white boarderEdition of 100, sold unframed
The ornate and brightly painted building façades of Cuba inspired this digital print by Beth Abrahamson. The San Francisco designer used classic Color-aid sheets—a type of textured, color-matching paper invented in the 1940s and beloved by the great Joseph Albers—to create the original collage work. She then digitized it, blurring the line between graphic and photographic aesthetics. The piece is printed on velvety matte paper to evoke the texture of Abrahamson’s original work on paper.
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