“Oliver’s Jazz Bar”
Represents coordinated chaos with not too strict rules applied just like jazz music with an experimental approach and improvisation
Oliver’s Jazz Bar in Greenwich, London is one of my favorite Jazz spots!
I was inspired by this place and its swinging live music. Jazz carried me to the imaginary ballroom with great columns, tall curtains, and a tiled floor.
I sketched musicians and the scene by hand. Later I scanned my drawings and vectorized them by tracing objects and digitally adding more details.
The making of the print.
Reverse direct print on 5mm laser-cut clear acrylic with polished edges. Backed up with white back vinyl and 1 mm foamboard on the reverse. Pair of aluminum split battens, ready for hanging.
Overall size: 400mm x 800mm.
Hanging on the wall
Aluminum split metal battens are drilled into the wall and the picture is nicely installed for the display.
This print is a limited edition 2/2.
x1 SOLD to private collection and one more is still available.
Laser-cut 5mm acrylic with polished edges.
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”Oliver’s Jazz Bar has been a cornerstone of the London Jazz Scene since 2003 when it first opened its doors to the musicians and jazz lovers of the capital.”https://oliversjazzbar.com/