Plate No. 48
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Plate No. 48

Prints medium: Digital print


Edition of 154 (50 available)

Gallery: Crane Kalman Brighton

Ships from: United Kingdom

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About the artwork
All prints are produced to order. Lead times between 5-10 days. This is a Fine Art Archival Giclee Print by contemporary artist Johanna Goodman.This print is also available in the following sizes: 60.9 x 45.7 cm : £342 91.4 x 60.9 cm : £480 101.6 x 76.2 cm : £660 Please get in touch with us if you would like more information about these larger prints. Since Goodman started "The Catalogue of Imaginary Beings" in 2015, she has received numerous commissions and worked on multiple collaborative projects. Her largest commission to date, in 2017, was for the New York Metropolitan Transit Authority's "Art Underground" project. She created 'Subway Muses' posters that appeared throughout New York City's Metropolitan Transit System, and were used as floor-to-ceiling banners in Grand Central Station as part of the "Poetry in Motion" event of the same year.


Medium Digital print
Support Paper
Framed? No
Subjects Abstract,
Style Figurative
Original or Edition? Edition of 154
Certificate of Authenticity No
Signed? No
Artwork Dimensions: 48 X 33 X 1 X cm

About Johanna Goodman

Based in New York, American illustrator and collagist Johanna Goodman studied at Boston University’s School of Fine Art and Parsons School of Design (NYC) where she obtained her BFA in Illustration in 1992. She has been a freelance Illustrator ever since.

Her work has garnered awards from The Society of Publication Design, American Illustration and Communication Arts. In 2017 she was awarded the New York State Council for the Arts/New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship grant for her on-going body of work The Catalogue of Imaginary Beings. The images, developed from over twenty years of portraiture and collage work, explore a range of themes in popular culture, including the role of the individual in fashion, in history, in the artistic imagination and draws inspiration from magical realism, surrealism and symbolism.

Johanna’s work has been featured in a wide variety of publications from The Guardian and Marie Claire to Vice and Creative Review. Her work has also been included in several books about Illustration, Art and Collage including The American Illustration Annual Book, 3×3: The Best of International Illustration, Communication Arts Illustration Annual, and she was profiled in The Age of Collage: Contemporary Collage in Modern Art published by Gestalten.