PAHNL 'Flux' Hand-Painted Woodcut Sculpture
PAHNL 'Flux' Hand-Painted Woodcut Sculpture
PAHNL 'Flux' Hand-Painted Woodcut Sculpture
PAHNL 'Flux' Hand-Painted Woodcut Sculpture
PAHNL 'Flux' Hand-Painted Woodcut Sculpture
PAHNL 'Flux' Hand-Painted Woodcut Sculpture
PAHNL 'Flux' Hand-Painted Woodcut Sculpture
PAHNL 'Flux' Hand-Painted Woodcut Sculpture
PAHNL 'Flux' Hand-Painted Woodcut Sculpture
PAHNL 'Flux' Hand-Painted Woodcut Sculpture
PAHNL 'Flux' Hand-Painted Woodcut Sculpture
PAHNL 'Flux' Hand-Painted Woodcut Sculpture
PAHNL 'Flux' Hand-Painted Woodcut Sculpture

PAHNL 'Flux' Hand-Painted Woodcut Sculpture

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'Flux' by PAHNL, 2021
"From one state to another."
10.8 x 11 x 0.7 Inches
Unique woodcut (MDF) sculpture in spray paint, acrylic and spackle.
Hand-Painted Multiple edition of only 5 (#5/5)
Signed, numbered, dated, titled and iron-branded on reverse.
Includes keyhole slot for hanging.
Comes in original box with form-fit foam for safe travels.

ABOUT THE ART

"As far as we can tell, this is the first piece we've ever made without using a single stencil. It's true!

It's also our first piece that's been inspired by a bit of scrap wood, hah. Capturing the essence of that ancillary accident was fascinating and we love the final result. We could've watched the process of the outline being etched out of the Figure's face for hours, as all the miniature mountains and brushstrokes were milled away to create that beautifully uniform channel.

The figure stands up on its own (perfect for a shelf), but there’s also a keyhole slot cut into the reverse side for easy hanging from a screw. Oh, and the figure is securely shipped in a custom packaging foam lined postal box."

ARTIST BIO

"We're Pahnl, we're a street art duo and we paint miniature people, dogs, cats and birds out in the street.

Going strong since 2006, we use stencils, stickers, posters, animation, screen printing, sculpture, film and photography to bring our small world to life. Craft and process is the best part.

If a piece on the street isn’t conscious of its context, is it really street art? It has to recognize where it is, otherwise what’s the point? It may as well be up in a gallery at that stage! At least, that’s our approach."