Lackawanna terminal, hoboken, New Jersey,Original Horizontal Landscape Photography Hand Crafted on Wood - 38x24inches ny gift

Lackawanna terminal, hoboken, New Jersey,Original Horizontal Landscape Photography Hand Crafted on Wood - 38x24inches ny gift

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Original Photography of Lackawanna taken in 2015 that I digitally edited to give a nice vintage rustic vibe and transferred by Hand on to Wood coming from certified sustainable tree farms.

Big pieces like this one are connected in the back with wood frames to keep the composition together at all times and making it
very easy to hang on the wall only using nails or velcro tape.

Pieces come signed and dated on the back.
I Make them in Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY ( I take appointments via private message if you are interested in visiting the studio ) and their size is 4 inches wide by 15 inches long with a thickness of 1/2 inch.

I use decoupage techniques to transfer the image I´ve designed onto the wood. Once the transferred image is dry, I add a thin layer of clear varnish to give some shine and protect the image. Once dry, I sand the borders of the wood to create round corners and the wood finished borders.

All pieces include Sawtooth picture frame hangers installed on the back as shown in the photos, this makes it easy to hang on the wall if wanted. They also come signed and dated by the artist ( me!! ).

My name is Nicolas Gabot and I am the owner of the Brooklyn Art Factory a small decoration business, without any real location more than the studio in the basement of my house, markets, pop-ups, and craft fairs, I have been doing this for the last 6 years. With a background in photography and design, I wanted to create something that brought a sense of belonging to everyones neighbourhood, we all hold a special place for our current or previous neighbourhoods. I do this by making signs or taking photos that i will later turn into wooden pieces, I hope to represent every single neighborhood of NY even the ones people think no one is going to know. Every neighborhood its important.