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Lost Head New York City Fine Art Photograph

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Lost Head - New York City Graffiti

New York is known for its graffiti. Many of these might be perceived as average vandalism; however, some creations are genuinely artistic. There is a talent in street art that frequently goes unnoticed, and New York is home to many such beautiful designs. These are creations that lend the place a personality - and they are the ones to look out for.
Dan Kosmayer's eye caught something nearly ten years ago as he walked from Manhattan to Brooklyn. A little after the Brooklyn Bridge, he saw a building with this street art and captured it forever in a single shot. It was later published as a part of his signature series, and we can see why it cut. Its unusual composition is captivating - and has fascinated many people over the years. However, it has spurred people to seek it out to see it for themselves. Shot in black and white, the contrast in the image is further emphasized. However, what is genuinely mesmerizing is the juxtaposition of the comical and the real. Moreover, the graffiti in the surroundings of what has become known as 'The Lost Head' lends a chaotic perfection to the composition.

As seen in the image here, street art allows the artist to leave their mark on the place. Frequently, it is used to convey a message, but sometimes it depicts only an emotion. Here, you are treated to nonchalance. However, despite its aloofness, the lost head stares back at you, inviting you into the rougher parts of the city.
Who knew that a single urban picture of street graffiti could capture the essence of a place within it? New York is not all about the fast pace and work, some parts of it are still struggling, and what better way than 'The Lost Head' to remind you of this.

Upon completing your order, you will receive an instantly downloadable HIGH Resolution - 300Dpi JPG or TIFF file.


Please be aware you are purchasing a digital download. You will not receive a physical photo, and nothing will be shipped. Any frames, mounting options, or presentation styles are shown for representation purposes only and are not included in this purchase.


Which is better, TIFF or JPG, for art prints?

One of the most frequently asked questions is what is the difference between JPG and TIFF? I have written an article discussing the difference. Click here for more information.


Copyright

This image and artwork are © Dan Kosmayer. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.  Printing and use of this image are regestricted to PERSONAL USE.  Any sale, distribution, or modification of this image without prior written authorization is prohibited.  Agency licensing is available, don't hesitate to contact me.

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