"Intelligently simple, obsessively organized." So artist Christian Jackson describes his design aesthetic. He also calls himself a "gun for hire" in the design industry. It is that sort of steely frankness that informs these reimagined children's story posters, yet they also contain a pop of color, a geometric heart, a drop of sweetness amid the aged, stark canvases. Iconic images dot the spacious compositions - as seen in this Princess and the Pea piece. As suitable for the nursery as they are the most contemporary of living spaces, Christian Jackson prints are a timeless blend of old and new.
The term "gallery-wrapped" means that the canvas is stretched over the sides of the frame and secured to the back. This allows you to hang the canvas as is upon delivery. It's often used and is perfect for more contemporary styled art works.
The Value of Giclee Prints
Pronounced "jee-clay," this method is an advanced printmaking process for creating high quality fine art reproductions. The attainable quality that giclee printmaking affords makes the reproduction virtually indistinguishable from the original artwork. The result is wide acceptance of giclee prints by galleries, museums, and private collectors.