“Turning Inward” 1995 Topsy Turvy, upside down art or Masg Art by upside down artist, L. R. Emerson II.
The original 1995 work was an experiment created with computer based vector graphics and is among Emerson’ s unique 50+ documented research methods for Upside-Down drawing.
This research-based image is a form of mixed media named Digigraph and is sold in limited editions as follows:
For the first time offered, we are pleased to make available Poster format prints in an edition of 200.
Fine Art prints matted or mounted – edition size is 100.
Photographic prints – edition size is 10.
Canvas prints are limited to 7 for the entire world!
Metal Prints are limited to 25.
General Merchandise including T-Shirts, cell and tablet cases and apparel are offered for the first time at unlimited volume only for a limited period.
American Artist, researcher and Inventor L. R. Emerson II may be considered equally the Thomas Edison of art yet is also easily considered among the world’s most unusual artists.
Recently fellow upside-down artist Georg Baselitz called L. R. Emerson’s art"…inspiring."
Emerson is best known today as the leading artist/researcher of the Upside-Down Art movement or “Masg” art movement which has origins to 1983. Masg is Gaelic meaning to mix; or infuse. Upside-Down Art is also known as Upsidedownism, Topsy Turvy Art and Ambigram Art.