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Man eaten alive by chest of drawers by Dominic Rouse

"Surrealism may be dead but death is still surreal and I speak from experience."

Dominic Rouse's bizarre 'Man eaten alive by chest of drawers whilst searching for a missing sock' , an image inspired by the writings of Franz Kafka.

Each print is meticulously crafted to the artist's exacting specifications using Fuji's beautiful Crystal Archive Matt paper in a professional printing lab. The 10" x 8" print is in an edition of 500 while the larger prints are each in a limited edition of 250 and are supplied with an embossed Certificate of Print Authenticity. Prints are signed and numbered and the title and copyright details are noted in the lower left corner - the ART + GRAFT publisher's stamp is on the back.

Prints ship from Thailand rolled in a sturdy 'crush-proof' PVC tube.
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