An awesome plexiglas drypoint etching.
This is part of a series of works made for an exhibition about Viziinos' work - a 19th century writer of Greek decent.
One of Viziinos' short stories was about a troubled man called Moskov-Selim. I decided to depict an imaginary Istanbul inspired by the writer's fictional story about that man's perception of that city and my own love of science fiction, comics and pop-culture iconography.
This is an edition of 50 prints. The image measures 19.5 x 30 cm (7.67 x 11.8 inches). The paper measures 35 x 50 cm (13.78 x 19.68 inches)