Piece description from the artist
Iggy Pop is known to many as the father of punk rock, and has somehow managed to keep his energy going for decades. This stunning photo from a classic 1988 San Francisco concert in the legendary Fillmore Auditorium captures Iggy at his most outrageous and charsimatic. And it looks like his hand and arm are ripped from the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel! If you are interested in other photos of Iggy, John Cale, Lou Reed, X, the Blasters, English Beat, and the Clash, let me know. 14" high x 20" wide, with a one-inch gallery wrap, ready to hang. LImited to an edition of 40, and prices will go up as supplies dwindle. Ask about other sizes and formats
Steve Farley took his first photograph with a Kodak Instamatic at the age of six. He has traveled the world ever since, finding engaging imagery everywhere, and bringing it back to us. Steve creates his large-scale photographs by digitally collaging many zoomed-in images to increase detail and reveal changing colors, movement, and angles.
Steve is also the public artist who invented a way to convert photographs into glazed ceramic tile murals using a process called Tilography. His work has been exhibited in Los Angeles, Dallas, Norfolk, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, San Jose, Fort Lauderdale, and many other locations.