This museum quality Giclee print is part of a series by photographic artist Michael Malak:
Paper specs: 66 lb (255gsm), 10.4mil (.014").
The high quality paper, printing ink and process used in producing this print renders a detail and depth of color that is truly exceptional.
Note: The low resolution scan, shown above, does not capture the high clarity of the actual print.
Note: The watermark text on the photos does not appear on the actual item.
Michael Malak was born in Newport Beach, CA in the late 1960's.
He has become to be known internationally for his exceptional work in photography:
"I took photography in high school and never felt much for the overall film process. I learned most of my artistic skills and creativity from my art teacher of four years. She taught me about foreground, shadowing, and perspective. She pushed me outside of my comfort zone and taught me new artistic techniques that I would later apply to my photography.
"I have always loved the 1930/40's period for the way everything was made. Built to last! Made in the USA meant something.
"I do offer two styles of photography. One is the 1930/40's Hollywood Glamour, Film Noir and the WWII Pinup (Nose Art) style photography. I do own all branches of service uniforms from WWII, props, bomber jackets and three parachute rigs, one with full functioning cord lines and silk. Vintage 1930/40's dresses, furs, hats, and wardrobe are also owned by me.
"George Hurrell is my all time inspiration and favorite photographer of the 1930/40's. His work is truly inspiring to view.
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