Don Ed Hardy Limited Edition "Sueño del Mar" Etching, 1999
In conjunction with the Track 16 exhibition in 1999, a limited edition etching was produced to be sold with the catalogue. Unavailable for 15 years, we have pulled the remaining etchings from our archives and are making the limited edition print and book available again. If you don't already own the book, you can purchase the combination also.
[California native Don Ed Hardy was determined to be a tattoo artist at the age of ten and has been tattooing professionally since 1967. Fusing Asian aesthetics, traditional Japanese art, Western art history, and the imagery of surf culture, hot-rod art, and California funk, he has been instrumental in developing tattooings artistic potential and fueling the late-century international tattoo boom. Tattooing the Invisible Man exhibition presented a survey of Hardys paintings, etchings, lithographs, drawings, photographs, and elaborate tattoos, most never before published. Exploring the wide visual/cultural spectrum of Hardys many influences as well as the profound involvement of his work within this same spectrum, Tattooing the Invisible Man is a magnificent chronicle of a powerful and uniquely extreme body of work.]
Sueño del Mar, 1999
Signed, numbered and dated in pencil
11 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches (paper size)
Edition of 50