Manual for Speed commissioned Dan Funderburgh to create a limited edition screen print inspired by the "frozen cobbles" of Paris Roubaix - cycling's most iconic and famous/infamous one-day race. We said, Hey Dan, you're a super talented artist so can you make us something radiant and resplendent, something Trouee d'Arenbergerific. And he was all, duh.
Hand printed at LQQK Studio in Brooklyn, the techno gradient or thermonuclear vibe, if you will, was achieved through the use of a single screen, split fountain technique, which results in subtly unique prints. Printed on heavyweight gray paper.
The print measures 21 x 33" and is signed by Dan Funderburgh. Limited to 75. This is the second (and final!) printing.
Dan Funderburgh is a Brooklyn-based illustrator, artist, and wallpaper designer whose creations are rooted in the world of decorative arts. Dan's work has been featured in many international design festivals and is part of the permanent collection of the Cooper-Hewitt and Brooklyn Museum.