Slater Bradley, Paid Their Tolls/Never Got Through, 2013. Favorite Slater Bradley's print conflates the famous line from Wes Anderson's Rushmore ("She was my Rushmore.") and Chris Marker's 1962 sci-fi masterpiece La Jetée, in which the main character is haunted by the face of a woman his whole life only to discover she is the final image he sees before he dies. As the narrator notes in Marker's film, "Nothing distinguishes memories from ordinary moments. Only later do they become memorable by the scars they leave."
Medium: Archival Inkjet Print,
Size: 22 x 17 inches,
Artist signed COA,
This limited edition Slater Bradley print is available at Exhibition A here