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Let's Mooooooove Ahead Together, With Friends

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$18.00
George Row

Derry, United Kingdom

Sizing Information

Small 23.0" x 16.4"
Medium 32.8" x 23.4"
Large 46.5" x 33.2"
Note: Includes a 3/16" white border

Features

  • Printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper
  • Custom cut to three maximum sizes – A2, A1 & A0
  • 5mm white border to assist in framing
  • Tack them to your bedroom door, or frame

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Artist's Description

[bicycle, blue, City of Culture, children, cow card, cow parade, cows, Derry, Ebrington, EOS 5d mk ii, Ilex, Lumen Christi, NI, Panani, peace bridge, pedestrian, postcard, public art, school, sculpture, statues, telephoto, Waterside, >500 views, one features]

  1. 28 th February 2014 Achieved its first feature in the group Cow Parade
  1. Camera: EOS 5d Mk ii   ||   Lens: Zenitar 16mm Fisheye f/2.8 M42 manual focus on an EOS adapter
  1. 9 th July 2014 View Count reached 1,000
    This painted cow is called “Let’s Mooooooove Ahead Together”. Here she has found some friends. I also have a close up of just the golden painted cow
    It is part of Derry’s Cow Parade in Ebrington Square, Derry, Northern Ireland.
    There are twelve, or more of these cows in Ebrington Square and a few others scattered around Derry.
    Each of the cows in the parade was painted by a different artist. Each artist was paired with a group from the community and worked with them to identify a theme.
    The cow in this photograph was created by pupils from Lumin Christi College. They named it “Let’s Mooooooove Ahead Together”. On its back is an abstract depiction of the “Cityside” and “Waterside” parts of Derry joined by the new Peace Bridge. It was painted by artist Sinead Smyth.
    Ebrington Square was formerly the parade ground of Ebrington Army Barracks. Under the guidance of Ilex (the local Urban Regeneration Company) the parade ground has been transformed into a public open space. Gradually the buildings around it are being renovated and finding new uses.
    Kids seem to love engaging with the cows. This little boy was no exception – he dashed around it and grabbed it’s horns.

The Cow Parade is said to be the largest participative art project in the world. Having been seen by 300m people world wide it certainly has a claim to that title! In fact there are many cow parades. The organisers provide plain white fiberglass cows – mostly in three characteristic stances – and artists and community groups in a local area come together to decorate their cow in a way that highlights a locally relevant theme.


History of this Image on RedBubble

  1. 9 th August 2013 View Count reached 500
  2. 5th November 2012: view count reached 200
  3. 20th October 2012: view count reached 120
  4. 9th October 2012 Uploaded to RedBubble
  5. 8th October 2012 Source images stitched, blended and a 240° rectangular rendered through Panini Projection as a 7×5 image
  6. 4th Aug 2012 Source Photographs shot in Ebrington Square, Derry

Photographic Details
    Camera: EOS 5 d Mk ii
    Lens: Zenitar 16mm Fisheye f/2.8 M42 manual focus on an EOS adapter.
    Bracketed Exposure: f/16, at 1/50, 1/200 and 1/800 at ISO 200
    Post Production Processing: The 27 images were stitched and blended together by Hugin which in turn invoked Nona (To transofrm the images), Enblend (to blend the seams) and Enfuse (to achieve the HDR Effect). This created an equi-rectangular panorama that was imported into another Hugin session and reprojected in Panini projection and cropped to 7×5.
Subsequently there was cropping colour, balance etc in Apple Aperture

Artwork Comments

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  • George Row
  • Matt Aunger
  • George Row
  • John Holding
  • Trish Meyer
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