Wedding Portrait

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+ Limited-edition, exclusive to 20x200
+ Museum quality: archival inks, 100% cotton rag paper unless noted
+ Signed + numbered certificate of authenticity included
+ Directly supports the artist
+ Handcrafted custom-framing is available

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Artist Statement


You can add or omit a lot to a drawing and nobody will ever find out. Most of my images are faithful depictions of a witnessed scene, down to the lighting conditions. There may be landscape elements glazed over or pushed forward. Proportions are sometimes fudged. Characters may become composites of several people, but the final results aren't that far from reality. The things you don't see in this drawing: it was actually drizzling that day; the bridesmaid and the best man were holding umbrellas and there was nobody else in the party to be photographed. It was a private, happy moment in the rain.


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Jorge Colombo has worked as a designer, as a photographer and as an illustrator for 30 years. He's best known, however, for the finger paintings he started doing on an iPhone in 2009. Four 20x200 editions released in April 2009 led to his first cover for The New Yorker, highlighted by the media everywhere as the first magazine cover ever created on a smartphone. He currently paints almost exclusively on touch screens (iPhone or iPad), and his images continue appearing in The New Yorker and many other publications. His collection of one hundred NYC views, New York: Finger Paintings by Jorge Colombo, featuring essays by Jen Bekman and Christoph Niemann, was published in 2011 by Chronicle Books, in collaboration with 20x200. Colombo was born in 1963 in Lisbon, Portugal, and moved to the USA in 1989. He lived in Chicago, in San Francisco and has been living in New York City since 1998 with his wife, artist Amy Yoes. Learn more about Jorge in our In the Studio interview!