Check out a mixed media preview of Jacob Bannon's (Converge) "The Jane Project."
Mon, May 7, 2012 10:20 AM PT
Who doesn't like the Converge album Jane Doe? You don't? Asshole. Anyway, if you have some extra money, we suggest that you purchase one of Jacob Bannon's "one-of-a-kind" mixed media pieces, which are now available for sale. Here's an explanation from Bannon, followed by a video preview: "This is the last Jane related project I will ever release. The making of this project will be featured in an upcoming mini-documentary filmed by McFarland & Pecci Productions. 'The Jane Project' has been a massive undertaking that I have been working semi-secretly for a few years now. Over that time period, I created 90 "one-of-a-kind" Mixed Media pieces using my well known 'Jane Doe' image as a foundation. Utilizing Japanese Gouache, Acrylic, Spray Paint, Ink, and other mediums, I slowly built up each image over time. This arduous layering process gave each piece unique textural character that carries a luminance and depth that could never be created any other way. Each piece measures in at 23.5" X 31" in size, and all are hand signed and lacquered on plywood, ready for quality framing. I will be handpicking each one that I send to my customers. Since each one has its own color palette, what color you will receive will be unique to you and you alone. As always, thank you for your continued support."