THINGS AINT AS THEY USED TO BE
Nina Nolte, for the past five years, has been exploring digital art, leveraging the creative potential of new technologies. Her process involves intricate compositions akin to screen printing on a tablet, often incorporating up to forty layers.
A notable piece, “Things ain’t as they used to be,” crafted in 2020, transports viewers to a lively court dance during Louis XIV’s reign, set to music by Elton John and Mick Jagger. This imaginative scene features cultural icons like James Dean, Grace Kelly, and Marilyn Monroe. The artwork offers a whimsical reflection on changing times, set against a backdrop reminiscent of Michelangelo’s “The Birth of Adam.”
At NINA NOLTE ARTSOLUTIONS, you can acquire a high-quality art print of this masterpiece. The reproduction faithfully captures the essence of Nina Nolte’s original work. The sustainable fabric, made from recycled PET bottles, ensures unparalleled image clarity, while eco-friendly inks contribute to the artwork’s eco-conscious nature.
The packaging system minimizes environmental impact, resulting in affordable shipping costs. The prints come with a silicon rubber border for easy fitting into the included aluminum frame. Assembly is straightforward, requiring only the provided allen key. This innovative system makes exclusive art accessible to all enthusiasts.