This artwork is titled LockSmith, originally located as a mural on the Atlanta Beltine-westside trail. LockSmith signifies the call upon an artist from a community. The profile portrait depicts the key holder of the numerous cities around the globe. The image is representative of cities being significantly similar to keys, having every town different from the next yet commonly thriving through arts and culture, opening a plethora of doors and opportunities for the people who reside within them. With a respect for diverse unity, the image also implements infusion within basic color combinations and complexity within simple linear design.
High Quality Glicee print of 'LockSmith' sized at 36x24. these giclees are known for its stand out quality, longevity, and precise accuracy. Using current technology, they are pretty much identical to its originals, holding for up to two hundred years before begginning to fade. Museum quality prints that are built to last.