This framed 2017 limited edition print by Mediah (Evond Blake) titled 'Tanjiir' is a dual pass giclée, acrylic and ink on museum etching paper. One of a kind original hybrid artwork - 1 of 1.
Framed size: 445 x 360mm
The 2017 Collection features 9 original hand embellished fine art pieces created using a mix of ink, giclée printing and acrylic paint. Each piece is hand crafted on 100% museum quality archival papers by MOAB paper, Breathing Color and St Cuthberts Somerset Velvet.
Evond Blake is a Canadian multidisciplinary visual artist who has worked under the pseudonym MEDIAH for 24 years. An Internationally renowned visual artist, MEDIAH is a trendsetter sparking new ideas and originality by blurring the lines between post-graffiti and dynamic abstraction. Blake’s work consists of weaving traditional street art forms with traditional painterly techniques and mixed media printmaking using many forms and approaches found in digital art and design. Heavily inspired by avionics, mechanical engineering and schematics, the artwork glorifies and captures the essence of speed, motion, dynamism and force to create movement on the image surface. Blake’s work provides the viewer with not only this glorification of speed relating to the thirst for a faster and more streamline world but also its unavoidable repercussions of collision, disaster and chaos. MEDIAH has been featured in solo and group exhibitions and has been commissioned to paint large-scale murals in cities all over North America, England, Germany, Italy, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, South Africa, and Barbados. He is part of CBS- Can't Be Stopped, one of the most prolific and respected international graffiti labels based out of LA.
Blake's projection mapping project, titled "DAXIM14", was awarded an honourable mention at the 2014 Digital Graffiti Festival in Florida, USA and his cinematic, immersive environment, titled "VOYIJ", was voted the best project at the American Express 'Live Life Experience' exhibition in Toronto, Canada in 2018.