by Carlos Aoun, Lebanon
This artwork is inspired from the 1990’s - the period where the hip-hop culture was at its peak. The boom bap beats are seen and also heard in the shapes around the figure. They are booty and edgy but are in harmony with each other.
Carlos is an ambitious Lebanese Architecture student and artist, based in France. His artwork is the result of years of experimenting with different materials. The meaning and interpretation behind his prints aren’t set in stone or predetermined but rather open for individuals to create their own meaning that comes out from their own identity and experiences. This is made possible because of the neutral forms, creating a playful quality.
Learn more about Carlos.
All frames are handmade using Italian wood with a window mount and clear glass front. Digital and photography artworks are printed on 250 gsm paper using fade-resistant inks to ensure longevity.
Frames are delivered in sturdy boxes and covered with bubble wrap to ensure maximum protection. We include hanging material. We also credit our artists by including a postcard with the artwork on it and details about the artist behind it.
We include a paper border for all prints so you can choose how to trim and frame the piece yourself.
For 3:2 prints (applies to most of our artwork):
Small — Image size: 21x31 cm; Paper Size: 30x40 cm
Medium — Image size: 32x47 cm; Paper Size: 45x60 cm
Large — Image size: 41x61 cm; Paper Size: 55x75 cm
X-Large — Image size: 51x76 cm; Paper Size: 65x90 cm
For 1:1 prints (applies to square artwork only):
Small — Image size: 21x21 cm; Paper Size: 30x35 cm
Medium — Image size: 32x32 cm; Paper Size: 45x50 cm
Large — Image size: 41x41 cm; Paper Size: 55x60 cm
X-Large — Image size: 51x51 cm; Paper Size: 65x75 cm