Gallery 1988 LA announced their latest print with Luke Chueh (teased) featuring his “Disintegration” image. Fans who missed out when the painting was first printed as a giclee on canvas last year (limited to 25 pieces) now have the chance to adorn their wall with this great image.

Measuring a whopping 25″ x 33″, the giclee print on archival paper is the largest print ever produced by Luke Chueh. The print is an edition of 100, is hand signed and numbered, and will go on sale Thursday, February 19th at 11am PST for $225. Orders can be placed by calling the gallery at (323) 937-7088 or by e-mailing [email protected].

As an added bonus, we are taking this opportunity to present our second Collector Focus feature on the original “Disintegration” painting after the jump…

This painting is acrylic and ink on board, sized at 36″ x 48″. It was purchased from Gallery 1988’s “Paintings of Hope and Hopelessness” show in September 2007.  The “shattered egg” effect was intended to add to the hopelessness theme of the show, amplifying the essence of his signature “sad-bear” character.  Take a look at some other close-up images in the gallery below.

Luke working on transfer of image to canvas

Luke working on transfer of image to canvas

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