Michael Furman’s Giclée prints (or what is referred to as archival pigment prints) were produced on an Epson 9000 using Ultrachrome archival, pigmented ink - 10 colors. Circa 2018.
"The bike itself dates back to 1920 and has been completely redone. It has appeared in the movie, The World's Fastest Indian with Anthony Hopkins as Burt Munro and was based on his Bonneville speed runs. The motorcycle started as a 600cc motorcycle, top speed of 55mph, but was substantially modified using methods and tools mostly done from Burt’s own workshop. The motorcycle eventually increased to 950cc, with a speed of up to 205mph. This here is the actual bike. They used different bikes for the movie. This thing is small, when you go to get it in, you are essentially placed in this coffin-like structure… When running, the motorcycle will go fast enough to eventually gain a lift and start to fly… They had to add wings or tails to the form so the cycle doesn’t take off and fly away…" - Michael Furman
This piece is part of a previously never before shown series of works by Michael Furman, now available to Patina Gallery for our Season of Gratitude.
- 10” (25.40cm) height of image
- 30” (76.20cm) width of image
- Artist's Proof
- Limited edition of 10
- Image is numbered and signed by the artist
- Paper is Hahnemülhe Photo Rag Bright White 310 gsm all cotton
- Paper is acid and lignin free. ISO9706 conform / museum quality for highest age resistance
- Printing is performed through RIP software which optimizes files for the chosen substrate and assures consistency from print to print Ultrachrome archival, pigmented ink - 10 colors
- Please allow two weeks for delivery across the United States