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Yesterday we posted about Valery Yershov’s stretched canvas piece. Here it is all stretched and ready to go to the gallery!
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Recently Lightsource worked with the Mocas Group Art Consultants and Crossover Health, a Bay Area primary care medical group, to create these Atari style canvases for their new office in Sunnyvale. The pieces were commissioned and developed by Album Agency. Here are some of the pieces hanging above the couch in their lobby.
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Another day in the office, big prints are everywhere! On the wall, coming out of the printer, and walking out the front door. It’s a busy start to 2017!
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When a client wants artwork that doesn’t yet exist, we can make it exist! Barbara D’Ercole Design wanted a 54”x72” print of a famous Life magazine cover for her client in Los Gatos, but the original cover was too low-res to enlarge to this scale. Steve recreated the cover by obtaining a high-res scan of Neil Armstrong's original negative from the NASA archive, then overlaying the LIFE logo and title. Here it is coming out of the printer, stay tuned to see this massive stretched canvas when it’s finished!