James C. Christensen - Low Tech
When NASA asked artist James Christensen to participate in their twenty-fifth anniversary show, he responded that he was strictly a low tech artist. Intrigued, NASA officials invited Christensen to create a low tech space machine. Low Tech was the result of James’ fertile imagination and everyday objects from his father’s basement. With a Campbell soup can communication system and a pair of Leonardo daVinci-style stabilizers, it is easy to picture this space age barnstormer going where no flashlight has gone before.

James C. Christensen - Low Tech

Release Year: 1999
Size: 22 x 28
Form: fine art poster
Edition Size: open edition
Custom Framing: available upon request

Product Code: CHRLO1

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