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Gray Malin, Mule

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Est. Arrival: Feb 07 - Feb 12
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ARTIST Gray Malin
DIMENSIONS paper size, 19"L x 13"W; image size, 17"L x 11.5"W
MADE OF archival ink-jet print on ultra-premium luster paper
PHOTOGRAPHER Gray Malin
PLEASE NOTE This work is signed by the artist and arrives unframed. Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SKU 77221787
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Feb 07 - Feb 12
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A Dallas native, Gray Malin hunts the globe for the unusual beauty captured in his photographs. He often plays with perspective through height, helicoptering over the beaches of Brazil and sending balloons above the mystical plains of Joshua Tree National Park. Malin first broke onto the scene in West Hollywood, CA, at a Sunday market, where his prints caught the interest of gallery owners, interior designers, and stylish Angelenos. Malin's work has been displayed in the Dallas Museum of Art and has been published around the world in publications such as the London "Observer."
Why we love this

Signed by Gray Malin, this image is part of his "Prada Marfa" series. In Gray Malin's own words, "Marfa, a famous arts town located in West Texas, is home to many intriguing artistic endeavors; most notably a Prada store art installation. Filled with a 2005 collection of Prada purses and shoes, the store is sealed shut and sits freestanding on the side of the open highway. Using mules, cowboys, models, and my imagination I was able to bring this unique series to life."

About the Brand
A Dallas native, Gray Malin hunts the globe for the unusual beauty captured in his photographs. He often plays with perspective through height, helicoptering over the beaches of Brazil and sending balloons above the mystical plains of Joshua Tree National Park. Malin first broke onto the scene in West Hollywood, CA, at a Sunday market, where his prints caught the interest of gallery owners, interior designers, and stylish Angelenos. Malin's work has been displayed in the Dallas Museum of Art and has been published around the world in publications such as the London "Observer."