Part of series: Classical Themes
Designed in: 2016
To be produced in: 2017
Material: multicolor composite 3D print
Print height: 50 cm
Edition: 8 unique pieces
Extra: This design draws its inspiration from a painting by Robert Edward McGinnis, an American artist and illustrator known for his illustrations of more than 1.200 paperback book covers and over 40 movie posters, including Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Barbarella and several James Bond and Matt Helm films.
NOTE: The picture on this page is a render: a computer generated image of a sculpture to be 3D printed. In the actual 3D printed sculpture details, colors and print height may vary. All changes are at the discretion of the artist. Gallery prices will be, depending on the size of the piece, roughly between 2.000 and 6.000 Euro.
A common belief about redheads is that they have fiery tempers and sharp tongues. Another belief is that redheads are highly sexed. In Medieval times, red hair was thought to be a mark of a beastly sexual desire and moral degeneration. In British English, the word ginger is sometimes used to describe red-headed people, with terms such as gingerphobia and gingerism used by the British media. Gingerism has been compared to racism, although this is widely disputed. Nonetheless, individuals and families in Britain are targeted for harassment and violence because of their hair color.