Curbing Entropy, detail.


Original photograph of sculpture by Eco-Artist John K Melvin.  Curbing Entropy was an art installation made by the artist in Cambodia using reclaimed single-use plastic bottles to hightligh issues of plastic pollution by tourists and others. The sculpture was about 5x5x5 meters and was exposed twice in the 1961 Gallery in Siem Reap, and finally for 6 months at the International Arrivals terminal of the Siem Reap Airport, operated by Vinci Airports International. Read more about the project here.

The image is 40 x 30 cm plus a 3cm border for mounting.

1st Edition is limited to 25.  Each limited-edition print ships with a signed certificate of edition, and each print has a custom embossed artist signature on the lower right border of the print. These two forms of certification create a truly unique piece of art for any collection.  The artist suggests it be displayed with a 2-inch archival white window mat framing the print just beyond the embossed signature, and all enclosed in a low profile matte black studio frame with UV glass or acrylic glazing.

The artist John K Melvin has contracted with PH Media UK to produce these fine Art Giclée prints.  The prints are output using the finest digital museum grade fine art papers.  Each print is individually quality checked before dispatch. PH Media are members of the UK Fine Art Trade Guild.  PH Media prints for world class museums and publishers.

Prints are produced using Hahnemühle Photo Rag® 310gsm, 100% Cotton, bright white paper.