We have a handful of fine art prints that are based on images from “The Anarchist’s Tool Chest.”
There are two images made by Narayan Nayar in his Oak Park, Ill., studio: One is a collage of 22 images from the book, plus a silhouette of the square on the cover. The other image is a photo illustration that Narayan made using photos of the chest, construction drawings, rough sketches and historical research materials.
The image size of all the prints is approximately 20” x 30.
Here are the details of the canvas gallery wrap. These prints are made on a coated cloth canvas, dried, given a protective coating, then stretched by hand onto a wooden frame about 1-1/4″ deep. Images made on canvas have a unique character derived from the surface irregularity of the canvas and the dimensionality of the wrap.
The coating applied to the canvas after the print is made has a slight sheen to it and protects from UV degradation. The wraps can be hung as-is or inset in a frame, offering a very different look on a wall than a traditional framed paper print. These canvas prints measure approximately 20” x 30” and have a black border. They’ll come in a protective sleeve but are a bit unwieldy because they’re mounted on rigid stretcher bars. They cost $120 plus $14 for packaging and shipping.