About this print
This is the first artwork that Simon Stockley has released that is a pure digital rendering, an image from a virtual world that can only be physically manifested by being printed from a digital printer. With the dawning of the "Metaverse", this is now more relevant. A juxtaposition of banal suburbia with the fantastic. The retro rocket ship is in period with the art deco building in the foreground. This rocketship belonged to Emperor Ming from the Flash Gordon serials of the 1930s, which were shown on TV in the 1960s.
Limited Edition A1 of 50, A0 of 20
Printed by endemicworld on heavy-weight acid free canvas w/ archival inks
Framing style floating w/ tray moulding
Signed & Embossed Authenticity Certificate included.
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About the Artist
Simon Stockley has been producing art for well over 50 years He attended Elam School of Fine Arts in 1979 where he was lectured by Robert Ellis, Dick Frizzell and Don Binney. Throughout the 80’s Simon became a muralist and a freelance illustrator creating a lot of editorial illustrations for publications like Pacific Way, NZ Business and Metro. His most prominent mural is the Southern Right Whales mural on Dominion Road, Auckland which has become somewhat iconic lasting nearly 40 years. From the early 90’s Simon began using Photoshop to create his illustrations and from the mid 90s moved on to 3D applications. For the last 25 years Simon has focused on computer generated images, using them for dance party posters and source material for paintings. More recently has produced finished works in digital medium for printmaking.
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