F.R.S. 1956, Original Life-Sized Fender Electric Guitar B&W Framed Drawing, NYC Artist

34.00"W x 64.00"H x 1.5"D

$4,000 (Shipping Included)

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Anduin Vaid


Medium: Drawing

Subject Tags: guitar, blues, rock, nyc, abstract, contemporary, modern

Media: ink, paper, pen, love

Size: 34"W x 64"H x 1.5"D

Year Created: 2018

Ready to Hang

"Rock so hard you can't spell rock anymore." -Anonymous punk rocker from St. Marks, although I'm fairly certain he had some challenges spelling ROCK to begin with. Tattoos. Misspelled tattoos were a sign. Mum? Everyone knows it's spelled "M-O-M." Ridiculous youths.

Ready-to-hang: YES (framed with simple black mat and heavy metal frame)
Original/Signed: YES
Size: 34in tall (x) 64in wide
Media: Pen & Ink on paper

This art comes with an artist’s statement, a biography of Anduin Vaid, insurance information, and a Certificate of Authenticity.

If you have any questions/concerns please contact me through my shop and you will receive an answer within 24 hours.

Originally from New York City, and currently living in Brooklyn, Vaid continues to be influenced by the city's color and movement. He has over ten years professional experience in the traditional arts, including painting, graphic novels/mixed media, illustration, and various forms of design. Vaid's work has been featured across America in gallery and home alike; abroad in Canada, England, France, and Italy; and for such notable brands as Gucci, H&M, Calvin Klein, Kettle One, Jaguar Land Rover, Cartier, and Crown Royal.

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