• Technique Mixed media/epoxy
  • Size 100 x 160 cm
  • Edition 10
  • Art lease 88,50 monthly
  • You save 59,00 monthly
  • Art purchase scheme 10 X 295,00 interest-free
Rent for € 88,50 p/m
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Goodmorning is a very cool piece of art by Custom de Biest. You really should see this work of art in real life to get a good impression. A cool combination of photo and airbrush techniques and acrylics. The work was created on beeboard and placed on a dibond background. This makes the artwork as much as 5cm thick and seems to really come off the wall! It is finished with a thick layer of liquid-gloss (epoxy) which raises the color brightness, protects and gives the artwork a very nice look. Manufactured in an exclusive edition of 15 numbered copies. Since there is a lot of handwork in this artwork, each one is slightly different from the other. This still makes each work unique. Provided with certificate of authenticity. The artwork comes with hanging system and can be hung on the wall in no time. On display in our gallery in Amersfoort and available in our art loan. This artwork can also be ordered online. Shipping €39.95 in the Netherlands – Delivery time 1-2 business days. For foreign orders, please feel free to contact us.

Custom de Biest is the stage name of Max van Alphen (Tilburg 1975). ‘In 2000, I started making paintings from charcoal, chalk and oil paint. Then I turned to graffiti and airbrush artwork. In recent years, I have also begun to delve into photo (pop) art with acrylic paint, professional spray cans, paint rollers, molds and stencils. Almost everything I made my own through self-study. I get my inspiration from everyday things.

My primary focus is capturing various creations through luxury airbrush art. And in addition, I use modern photo art techniques with rich color palettes to create a unique dream image. I work on my creations impulsively and without a preconceived plan. It remains a challenge every time to be able to get the images that arise in my brain right on the canvas or other surface.