Archival grade premium fine art matte canvas (1.5" wooden frame).


Limited edition 1 of 10.


"We all knew the world would not be the same after that first nuclear detonation in the desert. A few scientists laughed, a few cried. Most of us fell silent... the words of the ancient Book of Bhagavad Gita echoed in my mind; a passage where the Cosmic God Vishnu is trying to persuade the Prince of Peace that he should do his duty and go to war... to impress him, Vishnu mutates into a gigantic multi-armed deity and says : "Look upon me mortal! For now I have become Death, the destroyer of worlds." - J.R. Oppenheimer (upon witnessing the world's first atom bomb test).

Own this evocative, beautifully crafted, limited edition 🄾🄿🄿🄴🄽🄷🄴🄸🄼🄴🅁 🅢🅞🅓🅐 🅟🅞🅟 canvas and help commemorate one of the most brilliant minds the world has ever known: Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer. As director of the controversial top secret Manhattan Project and under the direct orders of the President of the United States of America, J.R. Oppenheimer assembled a crack team of the most brilliant scientific minds of his generation to create the ultimate weapon: The Atomic Bomb.

As told in Ancient Greek mythology, it was the god Prometheus who helped humankind out of primitive darkness by gifting us fire. Some would say J.R. Oppenheimer is our own modern day Prometheus as he opened a new door for all humanity by successfully harnessing atomic energy. Ironic that the chain smoking Oppenheimer would often be caught asking his colleagues : "Got a light?"

Presented in 42"x 58" stretched canvas over a 1.5" wooden frame, this NON WATERMARKED piece titled 🄾🄿🄿🄴🄽🄷🄴🄸🄼🄴🅁 🅢🅞🅓🅐 🅟🅞🅟 is designed to meet art gallery and museum longevity requirements and ensure consistency of shades for up to 200 years from date of manufacture. The printing process is GICLEE with pigment ink on a 410g/m2 PFAMC (Premium Fine Art Matte Canvas), meaning the resulting work will be an extremely high quality, archival grade, digital print of unmatched colour intensity and vibrancy.


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