Pomatorhinus Musicu, West 23rd street, New York, 2020

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Inkjet print, Giclée

45 x 55 x 2 cm

10

Pomatorhinus Musicu, West 23rd street, New York
2010
Inkjetprint on Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gram.
Framed in walnut with museum glas.
Ed 4/10 (last copy)

From the project: The Bird Project (2006 – 2017)

The American ornithologist J.J Audubon worked 12 years (1827 – 1838) with a very ambitious book projects: Birds of America. Audubon wanted all the illustrations to be in scale 1:1 which made it one of the largest books ever made with each page measuring 100 x 70 cm.

As an homage to Audubon I have been putting up 4982 photographs of different birds in scale 1:1. I have been all around the world – in Reykjavik, Casablanca, New York, Tel Aviv, Berlin, Rio De Janeiro, Stockholm, Madrid, Buenos Aires and London.

Just as Audubon I've worked with the project for 12 years and finally made a book with the same size as Birds of America.

Framed in walnut with museum glas.