This print is part of a series, depicting the naked male in the many body types it comes in. This is called "Progress". In 1978, Gilbert Baker designed the first pride flag and in doing so, named all eight colours after a word to describe the human experience. However, brown wasn't on the flag back then, but it you can find it on both the Philadelphia flag (designed in 2017) and the more recent Progress flag (designed in 2019).
Illustrated from me and based on studies from life drawing classes.
Paper stocks used: A4: 210mm x 297mm, 300gsm, silk A3: 297mm x 420mm, 200gsm, silk A2*: 420mm x 594mm, 200gsm, uncoated poster
*please allow an extra 4 days as these are printed on demand with my print suppliers.
Postage is free within the UK, and just a little more everywhere else in the world. If A3 or larger, it will be sent, wrapped in tissue and in a postage tube to keep it safe in transit.
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