Giclee Prints, Paper And Canvas
Matte Prints have image size 14″x18″ on 16″x20″ (41cm x 51 cm) size paper. Hand signed and numbered, 400 Limited Edition.
Canvas Prints have 16″x20″ (41 cm x 51 cm) image size on 20″x24″ size canvas for wrapping. Hand signed and numbered, 25 Limited Edition.
Whole sets of larger 20″x24″ (51cm x 61cm) prints of the twelve Brave New World paintings are also available.
All prints come rolled and shipped in a tube.
Original Painted In July, 2018, 20″x24″ (51cm x 61cm) Acrylic On Panel – SOLD to Fred Whitehead, Kansas City KS, USA through the Jones Gallery
VII: The first order of the study was Bernard taking the new celebrity John, now dubbed ‘The Savage’ on a tour of civilization. The media followed them, but John’s mother, Linda, cut no ice. She had wrinkled physically on the reservation without anti-aging drugs, and didn’t make good media fodder. John, on the other hand, was tall, dashing, peculiar in a non-threatening way, and somewhat charismatic, despite his idiosyncrasies. The general audience loved him, laughed at his Shakespearean quotes, and all the other things he said above their head. The tour made great television for members of all castes to enjoy, post-edited.
Most of the second half of the documentary had to be cut, unfortunately, as The Savage grew less pleased with our scientific advancements, and more distraught over their application. The caste system bothered him, as did the central hatcheries unit, the high holy orgy ceremonies, the synthetic foods, and the manipulation of all plant, animal and sealife. Thankfully the tour was not filmed live; for, at some point after explaining Bokanovsky’s cloning process, the mandatory erotic play sessions for high schoolers, death appreciation classes, and the nature nausea reinforcement treatments, The Savage turned green in the face, and vomited.