Poster: Raven Dance

Konstnär: Christophe Kiciak

{{ printsize_selected.SalePrice | noFractionCurrency:' ' }} kr {{ printsize_selected.Price | noFractionCurrency:' ' }} kr {{ printsize_selected.Price | noFractionCurrency:' ' }} kr

{{ printsize_selected.Desc }}  


STORLEK Storleksguide





Lägg till en av våra ramar så bjuder vi på monteringen.


Mars träram
Svart träram av högsta kvalitet. Svensktillverkad ram med äkta glas. Listens bredd: 25 mm, listens djup: 15 mm.

Accent aluminiumram
Stilren aluminiumram i svart färg från Nielsen med äkta glas. Listens bredd: 8 mm, listens djup: 18 mm.

Elara träram
Exklusiv träram av ek med högsta kvalitet. Svensktillverkad ram med äkta glas. Listens bredd: 17 mm, listens djup: 22 mm.

Lägg till {{ addonitem.Name }} för {{ addonitem.Price }} kr


{{ addonitem_selected.Name }}, {{ addonitem_selected.Price | currency:' ' }} kr

Ta bort ram

{{ getprice() | noFractionCurrency:' ' }} kr

Totalt pris inkl poster och ram



Vi skickar inom {{ printsize_selected.DeliveryTime }} arbetsdagar

Kundtjänst: 018-18 68 28

Fri frakt över 299 kr

Bildens id: 595285


Detta motiv är också tillgängligt i



Motiv: Raven Dance. Everything photographed and edited by myself. http://www.kiciak.fr Creating is so fun. Your emotions, feelings, ideas, experience, are all mixed all together, as something appears from the shadow: it is like putting a part of yourself in an item that will not age, that will see you getting older and die. This time, I laterally tried to put both my wife's and my body on the canvas, arranging them into a winged illusion. In order to design it, I studied various photos of ravens, then used a wooden miniature model in order to see what positions would work the best. Once set, I photographed us in my home studio accordingly: of course, since we are no dancers, a few things had to be adjusted in post-processing, but I made sure to keep it humanly doable. The head of the raven was a bit challenging: the wooden miniature had no hair so it was not easy to foresee the result before trying out; however I believe her ear as the bird's eye and her hair as its beak work nicely. Finally, there was also a full moon this week, so I took advantage of it and photographed it for the background. Hope you like it!