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Motorbike Metal Print featuring the photograph Edifice by Michael Lees

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Edifice Metal Print

Michael Lees

by Michael Lees


Product Details

Edifice metal print by Michael Lees.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.

Design Details

This imposing building caught my eye as I was wondering around Ninh Binh in Vietnam. There was something about its shape that fascinated me. I... more

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Artist's Description

This imposing building caught my eye as I was wondering around Ninh Binh in Vietnam. There was something about its shape that fascinated me. I noticed all the builders, and thought that I had to capture it.

I didn’t want them to notice me taking the photo, as I thought it would ruin the integrity of the image. So I waited for a little while in front of the building and pretended to be disinterested. Looking the other way and occasionally taking a photo of something in the other direction. They eventually forgot that I was there and I was able to take the shot. It was very important to me to get the symmetry of the building right. I had to move my position several times until I was in the perfect place. I also needed something in for foreground to grab the viewers attention and give some life to the image. The boys on the bike provided that. At 1/80sec the shutter speed was fast enough to provide sharp detail in the people in the building, but gave motion blur to the boys. Per...

About Michael Lees

Michael Lees

Hey there, I'm Michael Lees, and I'm thrilled to share a glimpse into my world of visual artistry. Queensland, Australia, is where I call home, and it's where my passion for creativity was sparked and nurtured. My artistic journey has been a whirlwind of exploration and discovery, drawing inspiration from the eclectic mix of cultures, landscapes, people and emotions that define this vibrant country. From the bustling streets to the serene beauty of natural wonders, there's never a shortage of inspiration to fuel my imagination. What sets my work apart is its refusal to be confined by convention. I thrive on pushing boundaries, blending different styles and techniques to create something truly unique. Whether it's experimenting with bold...



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