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"There must be a future that we can choose for ourselves." Print by Jordan Buckner x Hero Complex Gallery

"There must be a future that we can choose for ourselves."


Animator / CG Artist Jordan Buckner has created a series of landscapes inspired by sci-fi films, currently available to purchase online via Hero Complex Gallery @ hcgart.com - in options of Individual Prints @ US$45 each / Set of 3 Matched Numbered Prints (Buyer's Choice) for US$120 a set / and All 12 Matched Numbered Set for US$400.
"Titled Visions of a Past, Present and Future, this set of giclee prints celebrates some of the best science fiction films in cinematic history. From Star Wars to La Jetee, each print is sized at 12" x 36" and limited to 75 per print." (Jordan Buckner)
Landscapes featured from 2001 : A Space Odyssey, Akira, Alien, Blade Runner, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, La Jetee, Metropolis, Moon, Star Wars Ep IV, V and VI, The Fly.

Seen above is a close-up of a scene in "AKIRA" with Neo-Tokyo looming in the background (Buy Here), while below is the full image = #Gorgeous

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