ABOUT THIS PIECE: 19.6x23.5, edition of 50 — FACEMOUNTED TO PLEXI This piece is available face mounted to plexi glass giving a modern, durable, and sleek finish. Every print is fully authenticated with a signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
This image comes from the series "Fast Food Fast Cars: The Pursuit of Happiness" in which Carden photographs one icon of American childhood- a Hot Wheels toy car, in front of another, in this case, an In-N-Out Burger restaurant. Carden's work encapsulates the bright, shiny colors of childhood and the excitement around these favorite sites and toys.
ABOUT THIS ARTIST: "Raised on a hearty diet of TV and movies, photography was a natural way to approach life and work. I grew up in Hollywood, lived in Spain, worked a lot, shot a ton of film. Came back to live in San Francisco, finished school, then opened the first digital photo studio in the city. Never shot any more film. I specialized in food photography, worked for an impressive list of clients, won awards, and became recognized for a unique 'playful' style with subjects. I approach every subject with curiosity and a sense of humor juxtaposing food and common everyday items in unexpected ways to illustrate an idea, product, or story."- Matthew Carden
PACKAGING: 30x40" and 40x60" prints are shipped in a special fortified tube to guard against bending or damage. Framed 30x40" prints are shipped via FedEx in a bespoke cardboard box with a fitted interior armature for the frame. We do not frame the extra large, 40x60" print sizes because they are too large to ship without risking damage.
INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING: We ship unframed prints internationally via DHL. The international shipping cost does not include the tax & duties, which will be the responsibility of the customer. Unfortunately, because of the high shipping cost we do not ship framed prints internationally at this time.