Digital Photo print, numbered and signed, mounted and framed. MDF frame in a Black Woodgrain Finish 39mm wide, 15mm deep Fitted with 2mm glass and an MDF back.
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16.5 x 11.75 in
419.1 x 298.5 mm
41.9 x 29.8 cm
0.4191 x 0.29845 meter
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Big bikes are exotic powerhouses with engines encircled in sinuous, serpentine chrome pipes that contain and tame the explosive power of internal combustion. A visual blend of science, magic and art, the like of which is threatened with extinction under the march of eco-friendly electric motors.
As powerful as big bikes are, there is a certain pleasure in focusing in and celebrating the colours, reflections and undulating forms that twist and turn, even when the bike is at rest.
Neil Huntingford is a graphic designer and photographer who has used photography throughout his life, both professionally and personally, consequently building up a large collection of over 50,000 images.
Never fixated on any set genre or method, his photographs map a social history of motorsport, nature, people and places spanning five decades.
Neil lives on a tranquil island on the River Thames and spends his time travelling, engaging in local voluntary work and enjoying island life with friends and family.
And of course, taking photos.......
The photographing of form and shape has inspired, challenged, haunted and fascinated me over the years and constitutes the majority of my work. I particularly love the play of light and shadow combined with a sense of mystery or playfulness to create images that tell a story about a person or an object.
My work has been exhibited at both the Strand Gallery and Menier Gallery in Central London as well as a retrospective exhibition at the Robert Phillips Gallery in Surrey.
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