Alex Hoerner, Surface Tension IV
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Alex Hoerner, Surface Tension IV

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Est. Arrival: Oct 29 - Nov 10
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Seen first at One Kings Lane: This stunning image from Alex Hoerner's "Surface Tension" series captures a giant bubble as it floats and morphs against a calming seascape. Printed on semi-gloss photo paper and beautifully framed, this piece arrives ready to hang.

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Artist: Alex Hoerner
Dimensions: frame size, 30"L x 26"W x 1.25"D; image size, 25"L x 29"W x 1.25"D
Finish: frame, white
Frame Details: pine/Plexiglas
Made Of: giclée print on semi-gloss photo paper
Please Note: Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SKU: 77377507
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Oct 29 - Nov 10
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RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
Photographer Alex Hoerner was born in Los Angeles, California, and as a kid, he built box cameras with his father. After graduating from Wheaton College, he created editorial work for clients such as The New York Times Magazine, The Guardian Observer, GQ, Vogue, Details, Nylon, and i-D. Alex has worked with BBH, ChiatDay, and GSD&M on campaigns for AT&T, Visa, and Southwest. In 2010, Alex and his family returned to Los Angeles from nearly a decade of living in New York. He has had several fine art shows in New York, California, and Hawaii.
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Photographer Alex Hoerner was born in Los Angeles, California, and as a kid, he built box cameras with his father. After graduating from Wheaton College, he created editorial work for clients such as The New York Times Magazine, The Guardian Observer, GQ, Vogue, Details, Nylon, and i-D. Alex has worked with BBH, ChiatDay, and GSD&M on campaigns for AT&T, Visa, and Southwest. In 2010, Alex and his family returned to Los Angeles from nearly a decade of living in New York. He has had several fine art shows in New York, California, and Hawaii.