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FIN DAC x MICK ROCK 'Midaro: Heart of Glass' Screen Print
FIN DAC x MICK ROCK 'Midaro: Heart of Glass' Screen Print
FIN DAC x MICK ROCK 'Midaro: Heart of Glass' Screen Print
FIN DAC x MICK ROCK 'Midaro: Heart of Glass' Screen Print
FIN DAC x MICK ROCK 'Midaro: Heart of Glass' Screen Print
FIN DAC x MICK ROCK 'Midaro: Heart of Glass' Screen Print
FIN DAC x MICK ROCK 'Midaro: Heart of Glass' Screen Print
FIN DAC x MICK ROCK 'Midaro: Heart of Glass' Screen Print
FIN DAC x MICK ROCK 'Midaro: Heart of Glass' Screen Print
FIN DAC x MICK ROCK 'Midaro: Heart of Glass' Screen Print
FIN DAC x MICK ROCK 'Midaro: Heart of Glass' Screen Print
FIN DAC x MICK ROCK 'Midaro: Heart of Glass' Screen Print
FIN DAC x MICK ROCK 'Midaro: Heart of Glass' Screen Print

FIN DAC x MICK ROCK 'Midaro: Heart of Glass' Screen Print

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'Midaro' by Fin DAC, 2021
Heart of Glass (Blondie) variant.
30 x 22 Inches
76 x 56 Centimeters
6-color screen print w/spot varnish on 410gsm Somerset Satin 100% cotton paper.
Limited Edition of only 40 (#12/40)
Hand-signed by both Fin DAC and the late Mick Rock (1948-2021) bottom right.
Fin DAC embossed bottom right.
Hand-numbered and publisher (West Contemporary Editions) embossed bottom left.
Includes original publisher COA hand-signed by both artists.

ABOUT THE ART

Mick and street artist Fin DAC have collaborated on a joint collaborations entitled “MIDARO”, consisting of four prints of original Mick Rock photos of Debbie Harry, Iggy Pop, David Bowie and Lou Reed, adapted and interpreted by Fin DAC. 

The prints are available in runs of 51 each, and three of the original unique MIDARO prints will be auctioned with proceeds going to the NHS, mental health charity Calm and humanitarian agency Care International. Alongside these new works, Rock has dipped into his sizeable archive to select some personal favourite images, again each featuring one of the four subjects – Bowie, Reed, Harry and Iggy – between 1969 and 1980, which will be sold in three to five limited-edition sizes per print.