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Contemplation #20

This intriguing creation is a combination of a digitally rendered clay bust and a MACRO photograph of light reflections. It is part of the exclusive 1st installment in the Behringer//Williams’ ongoing collaboration, “The Inner Self”.

Creator

David Behringer & George Williams

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David Behringer is a self-taught, multi-genre photographer from the U.S. who has lived in Japan for the past 20 years. A growing love for street photography eventually led David to discover his unique light reflection genre within the MACRO abstract world. Using this distinctive photography, he successfully entered the NFT community with his SOLD OUT 40-piece Genesis collection, “A Dance of Light and Water”. He is firmly committed to continually learning and improving his craft by ignoring all traditional “rules” of photography.

George Williams is a professional artist from the U.K. Initially, he focused on manipulating oil paints in such a unique manner that it turned the medium, itself, into the focal point of the works. His signature depiction of landscapes and street scenes are characterized by vibrant surfaces saturated with heavily cemented paint. More recently, George has firmly established himself as an impressive 3D graphic artist and designer, experimenting with a variety of subjects and abstracts. His creative 3D renders, primarily found on the Foundation platform, have brought him much-deserved success within the NFT community.

Properties

Rights

Extended Editorial

Colors

Purple

Colors

Red

Facial Orientation

Split Lighting

Texture

Decayed Head

Background

Bubbled Background

Artist

David Behringer & George Williams

Edition

1/1

Dimensions

4000x5333

Filetype

JPG

License

Extended Editorial

Can be used to display privately, or in commercial and non-commercial settings, or in groups with an unlimited number of participants. The license includes unlimited use and display in virtual or physical galleries, documentaries, and essays by the NFT holder. Provides no rights to create commercial merchandise, commercial distribution, or derivative works.

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