A once dynamic mode of transportation, the vintage bicycle photographed here has seen happier days. Photographer Chris Dunker captures a beautiful sense of nostalgia in this piece. Discovered in an old barn, the neglected bike is tangled in vines, its paint peeling—and still its beauty shines through. The print is floated in a shadow box against an aged-linen background and is especially striking when it hangs next to its companion piece, Racing Past ll.
- Giclée on deckled edge paper
- Floated over aged linen back
- Contemporary black shadowbox frame
- Matted and framed by hand in our Passaic, New Jersey, workshop
- Includes innovative system for easy, secure no-wire hanging:
- Frames lock into place for safe, secure installation
- Hang artwork level every time
- No measuring, math, or extra hardware needed
- Everything is included to hang your artwork; bubble level, foam tape, plastic markers / bracket locks, nails, and self-stick bumper
- Chris Dunker graduated from California Polytechnic State University with a BS in applied art and design and Utah State University with an MFA in photography. His father, a photographer and industrial film maker for the military, introduced him to the art of photography at an early age. He has been committed to the documentation of industrial culture emphasizing architecture, interior spaces, industrial landscape and machines for more than two decades. Grounded in the present yet rooted in the past, his compelling images convey a unique perspective on industrial culture.
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