• Image of FINE ART PRINT: VOODOO  **LIMITED TO 100**
  • Image of FINE ART PRINT: VOODOO  **LIMITED TO 100**

*AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY AT SHARON NEEDLES OFFICIAL STORE*

A Digital Fine Art Print Collection by Santiago Felipe of Sharon Needles

Limited & Numbered to 100

For the first time, Santiago releases a limited number of prints of
Sharon Needles from his collection. Three different portraits, in a limited run of only 100 each. The prints are 16 x 14 inches with a 1 inch border and are printed on “Hahnemühle FineArt/William Turner Matte Paper”.

The prints are hand signed and numbered, and accompanied with a certificate of authenticity.

Prints available are “I Wish I Were Amanda Lepore”, “Voodoo”, & “State of Drag”

VOODOO:
This image comes from a shoot which took place on April 29th 2012, the day before the crowning of RuPaul’s DragRace Season 4 and Sharon Needles being announced the winner! This project was the shoot that started it all and turned out to be the bonding relationship of the photographer & talent. It also was the start of many projects between designer Geoffrey Mac & Sharon Needles. Geoffrey Mac designed the garments worn by Sharon as well as did styling. including jewelry by Gabriel J. Shuldiner. Location by experiential designer Adam Aleksander.
Phi Phi O’hara voodoo doll constructed by Michael Ventolo. This image made the cover of NEXT Magazine on May 4th of 2012. If you're lucky, you can still find copies on Ebay! Now, for the first time, prints are being made available to fans... as a 16 x 14 inch fine art print, in a limited edition of 100.

All prints are on William Turner Paper – a white, 100% cotton paper – guarantees archival standards. The mould-made watercolor paper features a distinct textured surface. With its premium matt inkjet coating William Turner meets the highest industry standards regarding density, color gamut, color graduation and image sharpness while preserving the special touch and feel of genuine art paper. Compatible with pigmented and dye inkjet systems.

About the Photographer Santiago Felipe, born and raised in Miami, Florida - a self-taught visual artist, photographer and now, director, now works out of Brooklyn, NY. Santiago has had the pleasure of working along the side of many talents such as Icona Pop, Natalia Kills, SSION, Neon Hitch, & Kate Nash. Has had his work published in numerous publications such as Village Voice, Frieze, The Wall Street Journal & Delta-Sky. He recently directed & produced Sharon Needles' second music video off PG-13, “Call Me on The Ouija Board”.