Silent Plea: Vietnam Vet's Message in New York Photo Art Print
In the heart of New York, an encounter sparked the creation of a photograph: a sign, aged by weather and time, clutched by a Vietnam Veteran. The sign, written in earnest, reads, "Please Help." The raw emotions from those two simple words seem to vibrate off the page, a silent plea ringing loud in the stillness. This image is a call to humanity from the chaos of the streets, a quiet voice desperately seeking acknowledgment.
My artistic journey led me to capture this moment of untold narratives, a struggle too often overlooked. Every curve, smudge, and crease of the cardboard sign has its tale - a testament to the resilience and a quiet indictment of society's uncaring nature. Each detail is intricately captured, forming a bold testament to the untold stories of the city streets.
The prints, each bearing my hand signature on the reverse side, are a testament to authenticity, ensuring you possess an original piece of art. A certificate of authenticity accompanies each print to validate its originality and my guarantee as an artist.
These prints are rendered on museum-grade, acid-free, 100% Archival Photo Paper, using archival inks. This combination ensures the preservation of every intricate detail, the vibrancy of hues, deep blacks, and smooth transitions. Rest assured; each print also comes with a lifetime warranty against fading.
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© Dan Kosmayer, 2011