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Ben Giles, Surfing

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Ben Giles, Surfing

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Artist:

Ben Giles

Frame finish:

white

Size:

paper, 25" x 16"; framed, 30" x 21"

Frame details:

2" white mat/Plexiglas/wood

Materials:

print on 300-gsm fine-art paper

Available Sizes:
30" x 21"
41" x 28"

Why We Love This

A fine framed print of the original collage. This work captures the beautiful tension of surfing, with the collage layers mimicking the curve of the wave.

Why We Love This

A fine framed print of the original collage. This work captures the beautiful tension of surfing, with the collage layers mimicking the curve of the wave.

About the Brand

Born in Suffolk, England, Ben Giles is a fast-rising artist. He takes an open approach to media, working in everything from video art to drawing to collages composed of torn-up books. Though he owns a novelty cruise ship camera, Giles shoots most of his photographs with an Olympus 35 Sp.