Ajamu, Power Drill Heels, 2021
Edition of 30. Exclusively available from Autograph.
Partly inspired by Geoff Nicholson’s novel Footsucker (1996), Ajamu describes this playful black and white image as a "homage to this book and my love of feet and heels ... the feet and heels belong to my muse Seyon Amosu, and it is based on my own desires for feminine black men in heels. Aside from representing a phallic symbol, the drill bit references the top of a unicorn’s head."
This exclusive 10" x 8" print is signed by the artist and shipped in an archival presentation box.
Edition of 30 +5 AP
Signed by the artist (verso)
Numbered, and certified with stamp (verso)
Paper size: 10 x 8 inches
Image size: 7 x 7 inches
Fibre silver gelatin print
Due to the organic nature of fibre based paper the art work may not appear fully flattened; this is considered normal with this type of print and does not constitute a fault as such.
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