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    When the opportunity hit to make a piece for Hero Complex Gallery's Kung Fu Theater art show, my first idea was to make kung fu back patches - co… Read More
    When the opportunity hit to make a piece for Hero Complex Gallery's Kung Fu Theater art show, my first idea was to make kung fu back patches - complete with adhesived backs. Once I revisited Enter the Dragon and saw that moment where Bruce is at the communications room, the project changed considerably. A few snaps getting the right angle on my 1200 Technics turntable proved that you could overlay one on top of the other and make something universally cool. Read Less
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When the opportunity hit to make a piece for Hero Complex Gallery's Kung Fu Theater art show, my first idea was to make kung fu back patches - complete with adhesived backs. Once I revisited Enter the Dragon and saw that moment where Bruce is at the communications room, the project changed considerably. A few snaps getting the right angle on my 1200 Technics turntable proved that you could overlay one on top of the other and make something universally cool.
PRINTING: Using an ultra bright blacklight red ink mixed by VGKIDS while knowing that the white paper would turn blue under UV, I figured a 2-color print would be the way to go. Thankfully the print is as intense as I'd hoped it'd be, with eye-zapping negative space grounded by a thick, dark, non-chalky black. Thanks VGKIDS!
 
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