There is a Superhero in all of us, Superman - Deluxe Edition - In Stock

  • Limited Edition
  • Limited Edition Print
  • 86 x 107 cms
  • £545.00 (inc VAT)

Inspired by the legend of Superman, part of the ‘Lunatics And Legends’ collection. Others featured in this collection are Wolverine, Harley Quinn, Captain America, Poison Ivy & Wonder Woman. Artist description below.

This price of £545 is for:
The Deluxe Large Paper Edition with only 10 pieces available worldwide, framed size 87 x 107 cm

NB: When price matching on various sites – as we all do, please note that each of Mark’s editions supplied through Gallery 21 comes complete with our own stunning framing as shown. With wider, deeper mounts and more expensive mouldings than most on offer elsewhere.

VARIABLE OPTIONS AVAILABLE AT DATE OF PUBLICATION
Be sure to contact the gallery for current availability to avoid disappointment.

STANDARD: Framed size 78 x 94 cm
Limited Edition £ 395 – Limited to only 10 pieces worldwide
Hand Embellished Artist Proof Edition £445 – Limited to only 2 pieces worldwide

DELUXE: Framed size 87 x 107 cm
Limited Edition £545 – Limited to only 10 pieces worldwide
Hand Embellished Artist Proof Edition £665 – Limited to only 2 pieces worldwide

ORIGINAL VARIATIONS: Framed size 96 x 76 cm
Original £ 1,495 – only 5 original variations worldwide, if available.
NB: All original works are bespoke framed by the artist and are hand enhanced to match the work.

GALLERY 21 FRAMING DETAILS:

ALL PAPER EDITIONS:
Framed using a 7cm wide double acid free mount with a 7 m wide moulding in black with silver leaf edges, as displayed.
NB: Can also be supplied in square profile matt black frame if requested.

ORIGINALS:
All one off original works are bespoke framed, then hand enhanced by the artist to individually match the piece.

PICTURE DESCRIPTION:
Superman – ‘There is a Superhero in all of us’
I will be honest; I bloody love this image and the character as a whole. For me, this captures that moment when Superman with all of his power and accomplishments just stops to reflect. I love the contrast between being stood still in front of a cracking and damaged Earth yet surrounded by a fierce wind that blows his cape up and outwards. What is he thinking about? What is he contemplating? That iconic ‘S’ on his suit dominates and from it radiates out these tiny details that I have used in previous pieces, but which?

– Mark Davies

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