Drawing upon inspiration from Japan, Kinoko (mushroom) explores the dynamic shapes and curves of a food that has been a part of Japanese cuisine for hundreds of years. This image belongs to 'Colossal' which is an exploration into macro photography 


Kinoko is a digital print framed with a walnut oak floater frame under acrylic glass.


Limited Edition (20)


    Digital Image printed on Fuji Crystal paper under high quality gloss acrylic glass, set within a walnut floater frame.

    Width: 19.5 in

    Height: 14 in

    Weight: 10 lbs


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