what was it like to be you? - postcard series - limited edition prints
what was it like to be you? - postcard series - limited edition prints
what was it like to be you? - postcard series - limited edition prints
what was it like to be you? - postcard series - limited edition prints
what was it like to be you? - postcard series - limited edition prints
what was it like to be you? - postcard series - limited edition prints
what was it like to be you? - postcard series - limited edition prints
what was it like to be you? - postcard series - limited edition prints

what was it like to be you? - postcard series - limited edition prints

archived
$485

  • release datemay 18th, 2023
  • edition size: 33
  • size: 13 x 8 in / 33 x 20.3 cm
  • archival pigment print on fine art paper
  • hand-signed & numbered by mark mothersbaugh with a moonlight arts collective certificate of authenticity by verisart
  • note: this print is unframed
  • estimated shipping: june 20th

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mark mothersbaugh

Mark Mothersbaugh’s love of art started early in his childhood, just after it was discovered that he was extremely nearsighted and legally blind.

His first correctional glasses offered Mark a new view of the world, inspiring his obsession with imagery and illustrations. His first works, which he began creating in the late 60’s and into the 70’s, consisted of many different mediums, including rubber stamp designs, ink illustrations, screen printing, decals, and mail art. He participated in local showings, and received recognition for his work in his home town of Akron, Ohio.

With DEVO, his most successful music project, Mark was able to showcase his artistic abilities on a larger scale, and to millions of people. Through their films, videos, costumes, LP covers, stage shows, and printed materials, Mark and DEVO forever altered commonly held preconceptions of how a rock band should function in popular culture.

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