Limited edition fine art photography presented as an acrylic face mount or an archival paper giclee.
Dimensions: 26″ x 40″. Custom sizes available upon request.
“This distinctive, original building was designed in the late 1960s by William Pereira to sit at the head of a canyon. Pereira envisioned that future additions to the original building would form terraced levels around the tower base descending into the canyon. The tower is a prime example of brutalist architecture. It rises 8 stories to a height of 110 ft (33.5 m). The four upper stories of the tower itself house the Social Sciences and Humanities Library and East Asia collections of UCSD. I had the opportunity to experience what many consider the smartest of the young adults in the world move from class to class during the vendor fair week in the Winter of 2013.” – Slattery
Bring the powerful energy of this iconic piece of University of California, San Diego architecture to your home, restaurant, or business and be inspired by the brilliant architecture and minds of the students flowing by in this incredible image.
Experience a true artist’s touch with Slattery’s limited-edition, handmade, acrylic face mounts, which will allow you to display Slattery’s artwork just like you see in the leading galleries and museums. This premium product starts with an archival print on high-end photo paper. Using optically clear adhesive the image is mounted to acrylic, which creates remarkable depth and brilliance that will make an impact on any audience.
The premium luster photo paper option is a durable, fingerprint-resistant choice. We are happy to work with you on a custom frame order or we can ship you the limited edition, collectible fine art print rolled in a tube and you can work with a local framer. This is an excellent option for people located outside of Southern California due to the significant savings in shipping expenses.
Slattery’s decades of professional experience enable him to produce his own photography to the highest degree of quality. Witness the top-to-bottom process of bringing these stunning photographs to life in this video. To learn more about fine art prints, read our blog post on the topic.