It's called 'Architectural Fragment' (created by Petrus Spronk) but they should have called it Hiding in Plain Sight because nobody seems to notice it’s there. I love it and I’m always asked if it’s real and where it is, even by people who live in the city. I think it doesn’t get noticed much because it’s situated so close to the street and everyone walks behind it. Also because it’s the same colour as the footpath and maybe it blends in. Skateboarders certainly know it’s there because they’re all over it. If you’d like to check it out it’s right outside the State Library on Swanston St (corner La Trobe).
Image ID: 1557
Note: Both paper and canvas prints come rolled in acid free tissue paper inside a heavy-duty mailing tube (signature is required upon delivery).
The standard sized paper prints - A2, A1 and AO - are designed to fit off-the-shelf frame sizes but for custom framing (like the panorama prints which aren't standard sizes), I'd recommend taking them to a professional framer.
The canvas prints are much harder to do yourself so should also be taken to a framer. All the canvas prints have a mirror wrap edge (sometimes called gallery wrap) which means the image appears to continue around the side of the frame but it's actually a copy of the image, as if the image were held against a mirror. This way none of the image is 'lost' around the side, it just looks that way.
If you have any questions about the prints, the images or anything else, I'm always available through the contacts page.