Modes of Transportation Series Begins with "The Zephyr"
After his recent Mondo Gallery show, Laurent Durieux could pretty much do whatever he wanted. And not just in the pop culture realm.[caption id="attachment_6380" align="aligncenter" width="394"] Regular Edition[/caption]
With that in mind, it seems like Laurent has chosen to venture out into something a little bit different by taking on a series for Ford Craftsmen Studios entitled "Modes of Transportation." As you probably guessed from the title, the series deals with various modes of transport in different locales.[caption id="attachment_6381" align="aligncenter" width="373"] Variant Edition[/caption]
First up, we have Trains in California for a piece entitled "The Zephyr." As explained by FCS, the Zephyr "was a stainless steel clad train designed to transport passengers with class. The Zephyr included a viewing car with lots of windows to see the American countryside."[caption id="attachment_6382" align="aligncenter" width="387"] Variant Wood Edition[/caption]
Much like Laurent's other work, the detail and colors are perfect. They also both have that classic and timeless feel that Durieux conveys so well.
If these are anything like the rest of the series, we're looking forward to what comes next!
Drop Info: These go on sale this Saturday, June 14, at a random time here. The regular is an edition of 450, the variant 150 and the variant wood edition 10. Each are 24x36 screen prints. Pricing and markings have not yet been announced. Good luck!