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Original: Acrylic on canvas

Collaboration number two with Travis for his 2008/09 Lib Tech line

This painting is my second collaboration with T. Rice, painted in New Zealand during the final year filming for That's It, That's All and finished in Prague, Czech Republic, a few weeks after, during a personal water fast. The theme put on the table by Travis was the Earth's Hydrological cycle and man's influence on it. In this age of Global Warming the topic was easy to approach and the story easily told. Some elements of the surroundings in New Zealand made their way into the piece: MT Cook in the background, the jagged coastline of the island and the Moon that eclipsed as I painted it in. This piece also lives in Travis' Jackson home amongst his growing collection.

Hydrocycle

Mike Parillo

13" x 17"
Embossed, open edition print

18" x 24" 
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36" x 47.5"
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50" x 66"
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Archival pigment print on 300gsm cotton rag

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about the artist

Mike Parillo

b. 1972, Los Angeles, CA
Lives and works in Hawaii

Mike Parillo is a self-taught, Los Angeles-based artist. He has balanced working as a commercial artist in the action sports industry and has pursued both commercial and fine arts in both Los Angeles, CA and Prague, Czech Republic. He relocated to Jackson, Wyoming in 2008 where he made an unparalleled mark on the world of snowboarding as one of the most creative and enduring board graphic artist. Parillo's collaborations with Travis Rice brought about the genesis of Asymbol Art + Essentials, his hard work and vision giving life to what had been just a dream. His art has been displayed on snowboard bases every year since 1995, adorning many beloved board series like Terje's Balance line, Burton's early Customs,Countless Lib Techs and Travis Rice's 2006/07, 2008/09, 2010/11, 2011/12 and forth coming 2015/15 pro models—to name a few.  

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