Its resolution is 8,276% greater than
a typical fine art photograph.
It is one of the highest quality images
Dan Piech's "Concrete Canvas" series captures the accidental beauty that serendipitously occurs when the concrete beneath New Yorkers' feet is inadvertently graced by spilled paint, fallen debris, expanding cracks, chemical stains, and other fascinating visual elements. An avid runner, Dan has spent over a year traversing every single Manhattan street south of 100th in search of these overlooked "artworks" that have become part of the fabric of the city.
As the founder of the VAST artist collective, Dan uses advanced imaging techniques and equipment to create unprecedented gigapixel-quality photographs that capture every intricate detail of these ephemeral designs. The exceptionally high resolution photographs are then printed in large formats, resulting in impeccably precise physical replicas of the walkways.
Each Concrete Canvas piece embodies the unique soul of New York and challenges us to find beauty in the overlooked, the accidental, the minuscule, and the transient.
This 1,759-megapixel VAST photo is one of the highest definition photographs ever created. It has a resolution equivalent to 848 HDTVs.
|Aspect Ratio||0.75 : 1|
|File Size||10,050 MB|
|Width @ 300ppi (perfect)||10.09 feet|
|Height @ 300ppi||13.45 feet|
|Width @ 150ppi (near-perfect)||20.18 feet|
|Height @ 150ppi||26.9 feet|
|Date & Time||September 23, 2018: 7:51am|
|Location||Manhattan, New York City|
|Number of Exposures||215|
The prints we make for Dan Piech's Concrete Canvas series are some of the highest quality fine art pigment prints that have ever been made. Produced on a beautiful museum-grade archival paper, they have a completely glare-free matte surface just like the concrete they mimic. They arrive ready to be mounted and/or framed.
Every print we make has two certificates of authenticity hand-signed by the artist and the printmaker: one affixed to the print and one standalone. Additionally, each print is assigned a unique serial number via a permanent hologram seal and recorded in our registry. Its provenance is tracked and verified using state-of-the-art digital blockchain encryption technology.
We have chosen an elegantly minimal floater frame for Dan Piech's Concrete Canvas series. This format has the print appear to float inside the frame, as if the section of the concrete is effortlessly suspended on your wall.
The frame color for this particular Concrete Canvas is a beautiful solid flat black. This ensures that all of the attention is focused on the photograph floating inside the frame.
Note: The frame adds a few inches of additional size to the listed print size at checkout. You are welcome to contact us if you'd like to customize any of these framing options.
Every print we make has two certificates of authenticity hand-signed by the artist and the printmaker: one affixed to the frame and one standalone. Additionally, each print is assigned a unique serial number via a permanent hologram seal and recorded in our registry. Its provenance is tracked and verified using state-of-the-art digital blockchain encryption technology.
Thin floater frame for the 16x21" and 24x32" prints:
Thick floater frame for the 36x48" and 48x64" prints:
This VAST photo becomes a stunning conversation-starter wherever it's showcased. It's offered in 4 large-format sizes: