Tree of Joy, a print design made with blow painting technique by Thomas Yang of 100copies.
For his last artwork in 2016 and just in time for Christmas, Thomas Yang of 100copies has experimented with the traditional Chinese blow painting technique to create “Tree of Joy”. The artwork is inspired by the joy of a bike ride through a forest. By using a straw, the artist has blown a river of ink into the silhouette of a pine tree. The first 100 copies have been sold out already, but due to countless requests, Thomas has decided to offer some strictly limited artist’s proof. Please read more below the first image.
Each print has a size of 840 mm X 460 m (33 inch X 18.1 inch). Made with one Pantone spot color, the artworks are printed on Recycled 220gsm maple white paper using an offset lithographic printing technique. Each piece will be stamped and written with artist’s proof.
Below you can find a making-of video clip and some detail views of the artwork. If you want to get one copy, please visit the 100copies website: www.100copies.net
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