Jurassic Park

Michel Majerus’Jurassic Park is the only series of graphic works the artist ever created and therefore takes a special position within his oeuvre. Created in Niels Borch Jensen’s Copenhagen print studio in 2001, the twelve drypoint etchings are based on imagery from the Hollywood movie Jurassic Parc III, which was released the same year. Majerus was living in Los Angeles, home of the Hollywood studios, at that time, and he was fascinated by the style of the film and its merchandise. He predominantly focused on the logo, creating exploratory linear drawings and taking them further by adding obscure dynamic lines. He used this highly graphic technique in a softer way than can be seen in his paintings. Simultaneously, the drypoint etchings showcase another vagueness that looms in the alternating sharpness of the lines and in the ambiguous blue of the ink, which turns into yellow in its blurred edges.

Michel Majerus

Jurassic Park, 2001

26.250

(incl. 25% Danish VAT)

Only available as a set of 12

Michel Majerus’Jurassic Park is the only series of graphic works the artist ever created and therefore takes a special position within his oeuvre. Created in Niels Borch Jensen’s Copenhagen print studio in 2001, the twelve drypoint etchings are based on imagery from the Hollywood movie Jurassic Parc III, which was released the same year. Majerus was living in Los Angeles, home of the Hollywood studios, at that time, and he was fascinated by the style of the film and its merchandise. He predominantly focused on the logo, creating exploratory linear drawings and taking them further by adding obscure dynamic lines. He used this highly graphic technique in a softer way than can be seen in his paintings. Simultaneously, the drypoint etchings showcase another vagueness that looms in the alternating sharpness of the lines and in the ambiguous blue of the ink, which turns into yellow in its blurred edges.

Print technique
Drypoint

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Michel Majerus

Jurassic Park, 2001

26.250

(incl. 25% Danish VAT)

Only available as a set of 12

Michel Majerus’Jurassic Park is the only series of graphic works the artist ever created and therefore takes a special position within his oeuvre. Created in Niels Borch Jensen’s Copenhagen print studio in 2001, the twelve drypoint etchings are based on imagery from the Hollywood movie Jurassic Parc III, which was released the same year. Majerus was living in Los Angeles, home of the Hollywood studios, at that time, and he was fascinated by the style of the film and its merchandise. He predominantly focused on the logo, creating exploratory linear drawings and taking them further by adding obscure dynamic lines. He used this highly graphic technique in a softer way than can be seen in his paintings. Simultaneously, the drypoint etchings showcase another vagueness that looms in the alternating sharpness of the lines and in the ambiguous blue of the ink, which turns into yellow in its blurred edges.

Print technique
Drypoint

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Michel Majerus

Jurassic Park, 2001

26.250

(incl. 25% Danish VAT)

Only available as a set of 12

Michel Majerus’Jurassic Park is the only series of graphic works the artist ever created and therefore takes a special position within his oeuvre. Created in Niels Borch Jensen’s Copenhagen print studio in 2001, the twelve drypoint etchings are based on imagery from the Hollywood movie Jurassic Parc III, which was released the same year. Majerus was living in Los Angeles, home of the Hollywood studios, at that time, and he was fascinated by the style of the film and its merchandise. He predominantly focused on the logo, creating exploratory linear drawings and taking them further by adding obscure dynamic lines. He used this highly graphic technique in a softer way than can be seen in his paintings. Simultaneously, the drypoint etchings showcase another vagueness that looms in the alternating sharpness of the lines and in the ambiguous blue of the ink, which turns into yellow in its blurred edges.

Print technique
Drypoint

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Michel Majerus

Jurassic Park, 2001

26.250

(incl. 25% Danish VAT)

Only available as a set of 12

Michel Majerus’Jurassic Park is the only series of graphic works the artist ever created and therefore takes a special position within his oeuvre. Created in Niels Borch Jensen’s Copenhagen print studio in 2001, the twelve drypoint etchings are based on imagery from the Hollywood movie Jurassic Parc III, which was released the same year. Majerus was living in Los Angeles, home of the Hollywood studios, at that time, and he was fascinated by the style of the film and its merchandise. He predominantly focused on the logo, creating exploratory linear drawings and taking them further by adding obscure dynamic lines. He used this highly graphic technique in a softer way than can be seen in his paintings. Simultaneously, the drypoint etchings showcase another vagueness that looms in the alternating sharpness of the lines and in the ambiguous blue of the ink, which turns into yellow in its blurred edges.

Print technique
Drypoint

Shipping of unframed editions is free of charge.
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Michel Majerus

Jurassic Park, 2001

26.250

(incl. 25% Danish VAT)

Only available as a set of 12

Michel Majerus’Jurassic Park is the only series of graphic works the artist ever created and therefore takes a special position within his oeuvre. Created in Niels Borch Jensen’s Copenhagen print studio in 2001, the twelve drypoint etchings are based on imagery from the Hollywood movie Jurassic Parc III, which was released the same year. Majerus was living in Los Angeles, home of the Hollywood studios, at that time, and he was fascinated by the style of the film and its merchandise. He predominantly focused on the logo, creating exploratory linear drawings and taking them further by adding obscure dynamic lines. He used this highly graphic technique in a softer way than can be seen in his paintings. Simultaneously, the drypoint etchings showcase another vagueness that looms in the alternating sharpness of the lines and in the ambiguous blue of the ink, which turns into yellow in its blurred edges.

Print technique
Drypoint

Shipping of unframed editions is free of charge.
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Michel Majerus

Jurassic Park, 2001

26.250

(incl. 25% Danish VAT)

Only available as a set of 12

Michel Majerus’Jurassic Park is the only series of graphic works the artist ever created and therefore takes a special position within his oeuvre. Created in Niels Borch Jensen’s Copenhagen print studio in 2001, the twelve drypoint etchings are based on imagery from the Hollywood movie Jurassic Parc III, which was released the same year. Majerus was living in Los Angeles, home of the Hollywood studios, at that time, and he was fascinated by the style of the film and its merchandise. He predominantly focused on the logo, creating exploratory linear drawings and taking them further by adding obscure dynamic lines. He used this highly graphic technique in a softer way than can be seen in his paintings. Simultaneously, the drypoint etchings showcase another vagueness that looms in the alternating sharpness of the lines and in the ambiguous blue of the ink, which turns into yellow in its blurred edges.

Print technique
Drypoint

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Michel Majerus

Jurassic Park, 2001

26.250

(incl. 25% Danish VAT)

Only available as a set of 12

Michel Majerus’Jurassic Park is the only series of graphic works the artist ever created and therefore takes a special position within his oeuvre. Created in Niels Borch Jensen’s Copenhagen print studio in 2001, the twelve drypoint etchings are based on imagery from the Hollywood movie Jurassic Parc III, which was released the same year. Majerus was living in Los Angeles, home of the Hollywood studios, at that time, and he was fascinated by the style of the film and its merchandise. He predominantly focused on the logo, creating exploratory linear drawings and taking them further by adding obscure dynamic lines. He used this highly graphic technique in a softer way than can be seen in his paintings. Simultaneously, the drypoint etchings showcase another vagueness that looms in the alternating sharpness of the lines and in the ambiguous blue of the ink, which turns into yellow in its blurred edges.

Print technique
Drypoint

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Michel Majerus

Jurassic Park, 2001

26.250

(incl. 25% Danish VAT)

Only available as a set of 12

Michel Majerus’Jurassic Park is the only series of graphic works the artist ever created and therefore takes a special position within his oeuvre. Created in Niels Borch Jensen’s Copenhagen print studio in 2001, the twelve drypoint etchings are based on imagery from the Hollywood movie Jurassic Parc III, which was released the same year. Majerus was living in Los Angeles, home of the Hollywood studios, at that time, and he was fascinated by the style of the film and its merchandise. He predominantly focused on the logo, creating exploratory linear drawings and taking them further by adding obscure dynamic lines. He used this highly graphic technique in a softer way than can be seen in his paintings. Simultaneously, the drypoint etchings showcase another vagueness that looms in the alternating sharpness of the lines and in the ambiguous blue of the ink, which turns into yellow in its blurred edges.

Print technique
Drypoint

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Michel Majerus

Jurassic Park, 2001

26.250

(incl. 25% Danish VAT)

Only available as a set of 12

Michel Majerus’Jurassic Park is the only series of graphic works the artist ever created and therefore takes a special position within his oeuvre. Created in Niels Borch Jensen’s Copenhagen print studio in 2001, the twelve drypoint etchings are based on imagery from the Hollywood movie Jurassic Parc III, which was released the same year. Majerus was living in Los Angeles, home of the Hollywood studios, at that time, and he was fascinated by the style of the film and its merchandise. He predominantly focused on the logo, creating exploratory linear drawings and taking them further by adding obscure dynamic lines. He used this highly graphic technique in a softer way than can be seen in his paintings. Simultaneously, the drypoint etchings showcase another vagueness that looms in the alternating sharpness of the lines and in the ambiguous blue of the ink, which turns into yellow in its blurred edges.

Print technique
Drypoint

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Michel Majerus

Jurassic Park, 2001

26.250

(incl. 25% Danish VAT)

Only available as a set of 12

Michel Majerus’Jurassic Park is the only series of graphic works the artist ever created and therefore takes a special position within his oeuvre. Created in Niels Borch Jensen’s Copenhagen print studio in 2001, the twelve drypoint etchings are based on imagery from the Hollywood movie Jurassic Parc III, which was released the same year. Majerus was living in Los Angeles, home of the Hollywood studios, at that time, and he was fascinated by the style of the film and its merchandise. He predominantly focused on the logo, creating exploratory linear drawings and taking them further by adding obscure dynamic lines. He used this highly graphic technique in a softer way than can be seen in his paintings. Simultaneously, the drypoint etchings showcase another vagueness that looms in the alternating sharpness of the lines and in the ambiguous blue of the ink, which turns into yellow in its blurred edges.

Print technique
Drypoint

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Michel Majerus

Jurassic Park, 2001

26.250

(incl. 25% Danish VAT)

Only available as a set of 12

Michel Majerus’Jurassic Park is the only series of graphic works the artist ever created and therefore takes a special position within his oeuvre. Created in Niels Borch Jensen’s Copenhagen print studio in 2001, the twelve drypoint etchings are based on imagery from the Hollywood movie Jurassic Parc III, which was released the same year. Majerus was living in Los Angeles, home of the Hollywood studios, at that time, and he was fascinated by the style of the film and its merchandise. He predominantly focused on the logo, creating exploratory linear drawings and taking them further by adding obscure dynamic lines. He used this highly graphic technique in a softer way than can be seen in his paintings. Simultaneously, the drypoint etchings showcase another vagueness that looms in the alternating sharpness of the lines and in the ambiguous blue of the ink, which turns into yellow in its blurred edges.

Print technique
Drypoint

Shipping of unframed editions is free of charge.
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Michel Majerus

Jurassic Park, 2001

26.250

(incl. 25% Danish VAT)

Only available as a set of 12

Michel Majerus’Jurassic Park is the only series of graphic works the artist ever created and therefore takes a special position within his oeuvre. Created in Niels Borch Jensen’s Copenhagen print studio in 2001, the twelve drypoint etchings are based on imagery from the Hollywood movie Jurassic Parc III, which was released the same year. Majerus was living in Los Angeles, home of the Hollywood studios, at that time, and he was fascinated by the style of the film and its merchandise. He predominantly focused on the logo, creating exploratory linear drawings and taking them further by adding obscure dynamic lines. He used this highly graphic technique in a softer way than can be seen in his paintings. Simultaneously, the drypoint etchings showcase another vagueness that looms in the alternating sharpness of the lines and in the ambiguous blue of the ink, which turns into yellow in its blurred edges.

Print technique
Drypoint

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Michel Majerus

Jurassic Park, 2001

26.250

(incl. 25% Danish VAT)

Only available as a set of 12

Michel Majerus’Jurassic Park is the only series of graphic works the artist ever created and therefore takes a special position within his oeuvre. Created in Niels Borch Jensen’s Copenhagen print studio in 2001, the twelve drypoint etchings are based on imagery from the Hollywood movie Jurassic Parc III, which was released the same year. Majerus was living in Los Angeles, home of the Hollywood studios, at that time, and he was fascinated by the style of the film and its merchandise. He predominantly focused on the logo, creating exploratory linear drawings and taking them further by adding obscure dynamic lines. He used this highly graphic technique in a softer way than can be seen in his paintings. Simultaneously, the drypoint etchings showcase another vagueness that looms in the alternating sharpness of the lines and in the ambiguous blue of the ink, which turns into yellow in its blurred edges.

Print technique
Drypoint

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