Concept of the artwork
The carlina, called “eguzki-lore” (flower of the sun) in Basque, protected homes from a nocturnal devil known as Gaueko. It was believed that hanging the plant on a door ensured that the sun rose while Gaueko was kept busy counting the flower’s florets.
Edition of 12
Signed and numbered
Certificate of authenticity
Materica Ardesia Paper 250gr.
2 colour + 1 photo-luminescent
70 x 50 cm
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Do not touch or scratch the photo-luminescent paint as pigment may get dirty and detach. Preferably place the artwork framed with a glass protection on a well illuminated and dry space away from direct sunlight. Once lights are off the photo-luminescent illustration will glow. The physical principle of photo-luminescence is eternal. The duration of the photo-luminescence is equal to that of the paper.