The power of words to inspire couldn't be better expressed than in The Serenity Prayer, in recent times a wildly popular tattoo amongst the young. Interpreted here by New Zealand based Anton Hart. Read his story below.
Printed on wonderfully textured artists canvas & 350 gsm Rives paper, using high calibre non-fading ink, and Giclee style inkjet print process. Individually. For a stunning work of art.
Large frame not included.
Available ready to hang, wood stretcher bar frame- photo 4
Anton on The Serenity Prayer:
A more modern take on a classic quote. Why do religious quotes need to look religious? I wanted the three main words to jump off the page and draw you in to read more.
Anton on Anton:
Anton Hart is an art director, graphic designer and typographer from the edge of paradise in Wellington, New Zealand. A few years back he landed up in Bombay on a work sabbatical. Like many before him and many more to come, he was smitten. But the touristy tabernacles of Agra and Rajasthan were not what caught his eye. Instead he was enraptured by the truck painters of Bombay and further afield. Inspired he created 'The Horn Please typeface' as a tribute to their flamboyant creativity. Off that Anton soon plans to launch a range of products.