Typographic Artwork – Vintage Typopop in Blue. Hand painted by Ronald Hunter. Acrylic paint, original Art by Ronald Hunter
Typographic Artwork – Contrasting colors of bright yellow and blue with diffrent tones of grey. With a background in graphic design, Ronald likes to use typographic forms in his paintings. There is always something new to discover in this work of art. Ronald not only used layers of acrylic paint and texture to create depth, he also played with typographic forms.
This is an original artwork, created and painted by Ronald Hunter. First off, all paintings are signed on the front (with RH initials). Also, each painting comes with an official Ronald Hunter Certificate of Authenticity attached to the back of the painting.
Furthermore, you will receive the artwork Ready to Hang, the cotton canvas is stretched on a wooden frame with a hook on the back.
Finally, if you would like to frame the artwork, we offer high quality floating frames – Have a look at our frames here.
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About the artist Ronald Hunter
Ronald Hunter worked for many years as a graphic designer until he made the full time switch to painting. As a result of his background, Ronald’s colorful, vibrant paintings have a distinct graphic, street art style. In particular, he finds inspiration in layers of street posters, which create their own abstract compositions of colors and shapes as they are posted on top of each other and torn down in urban spaces.
In fact, Ronald aims to achieve this effect in his paintings through multiple layers of paint and texture, and the incorporation of typography. Each piece is therefore unique from the next, evoking its own mood through color, texture, and a sense of depth.
His work is particularly intended to bring this mood to its surrounding space, creating an atmosphere of energy or calm, depending on the piece.