After launching a print in homage to Leonardo da Vinci, James Jean returns with another high-gloss surrealist composition. Entitled Forager III, the artwork portrays a mythical figure called the Forager surrounded by otherworldly beings with giant florals behind them.
“The Forager convenes with the council of miniature sprites in a sylvan glen, the figures delicately illuminated with holographic foil and dimensional details,” described Jean in a statement. “This elaborate print features a new evolution to our process: after much research and experimentation, we are finally able to achieve a special dew-like gloss that had previously been an elusive dream.”
Each print features sculptural glass-like details and enhancements. The work measures 20 inches wide and 15 inches tall. The edition is limited by the number of prints sold during a duration of 24 hours starting January 19 at 8 am PST until January 20 at 7:59 PST on James Jean’s website.
Get a closer look at the Forager III print edition above. Elsewhere in art, Daniel Arsham will unveil new Pokémon sculptures and eroded classical works in his upcoming “Time Dilation” exhibition.