Tristan Eaton - 3D Geisha
Tristan Eaton - 3D Geisha
Tristan Eaton - 3D Geisha
Tristan Eaton - 3D Geisha
Tristan Eaton - 3D Geisha
Tristan Eaton - 3D Geisha
Tristan Eaton - 3D Geisha
Tristan Eaton - 3D Geisha

Tristan Eaton - 3D Geisha

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Artist: Tristan Eaton

Medium: Archival inkjet (giclée) Anaglyphic 3D print on Moab Entrada 290gsm Cotton Rag. Printed with Epson Ultrachrome Pro ink.

Dimensions: 18 x 36 inches

Year: 2017

Edition Size: 110

Markings: Signed & numbered by the artist.

Condition: Excellent

Notes: Print only – frame not included. Comes with 3D glasses and Certificate of Authenticity. © Tristan Eaton

About the WORK

This limited edition art print is titled “3D Geisha” by Tristan Eaton. The print is 18 inches wide and 36 inches tall and signed & numbered by the artist. The work comes 3D glasses and a Certificate of Authenticity from our gallery.

About the Artist

Born in L.A. in 1978, Tristan Eaton started pursuing street art as a teenager, painting everything from billboards to dumpsters in the urban landscapes of the cities where he lived, be it London, Detroit, or New York. He designed his first toy for Fisher-Price at 18 years old and soon became a driving force in the world of designer toys. Eaton’s work for Kidrobot, including the famous Dunny and Munny art toys, helped him achieve international renown and an ever-growing fan base. After forming his Creative Agency Thunderdog Studios in New York City in 2004, Eaton became a leader in the advertising and commercial-art spheres, and is regularly commissioned by a roster of clients that includes Nike, Versace, and even Barack Obama. These days, Eaton is one of the most prominent street artists working today. Eaton’s large scale mural work features a meticulous, visual collage of pop imagery mixed with his unique personal style, all executed with freehand spray paint on a colossal scale. Eaton now focuses on his Fine Art and large-scale mural work full-time, which can be found in dozens of cities across the globe from Paris to Shanghai. Eaton’s work can also be seen in the Museum of Modern Art’s (MoMA) permanent collection.

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