Moby symbolizes mankind’s ambition, strength, determination, and insatiable desire to explore
Irvine, CA (PRWEB) May 15, 2013
Moby Diving Meticulous was first unveiled to the public during Raihan Haque’s Summer 2012 fine art exhibit held in California. Since then the reception has been overwhelmingly positive, drawing interest from art enthusiasts, galleries and museums alike.
Worth the Wait
Although Dr. Haque first completed this masterpiece in 2009, it took close to three years to perfect the process of outputting “Moby” on to a metalloid surface. “This art just takes on a life of its own,” said Solakyan, proud owner of the very first piece made available for purchase. “I was mesmerized at first sight and it attracts my attention every day, even from across the room.”
Moby Diving Meticulous embodies fascinating content rendered at a visually stunning resolution. In fact, with a native digital source resolution of 340 Megapixels (16,200 pixels wide x 21,000 pixels high = 340,200,000 pixels), it establishes a new world-record. This means Raihan Haque has broken the record he set in 2007 with his work “WatchDog of the Spine.” To put this accomplishment in perspective, a frame of Blu-Ray high-definition video has a resolution of only 2 Megapixels (1,920 pixels wide x 1,080 pixels high = 2,073,600 pixels).
To create art with such ground-breaking resolution, Raihan Haque used a highly-coveted and proprietary methodology known as WideLeap™. The artist first conceived WideLeap in 2004 to help bring his ideas to life with the highest level of fidelity. Over the years, the methodology’s continual refinement has led to incremental increases in rendering capability. Using WideLeap, Dr. Haque rendered his first works of fine art at a native digital source resolution of 38.9 Megapixels. Then with his 2007 Fine Art Collection, Dr. Haque produced work with a native digital source resolution of 155.5 Megapixels. With Moby Diving Meticulous, Raihan Haque has once again produced a game-changing masterpiece with an astounding native digital source resolution of 340 Megapixels - the highest known in the world.
The art depicts a seemingly unstoppable vessel traveling to the bottom of the ocean floor. Nothing can hinder its progress. Any obstacle in its path is overcome. “Moby symbolizes mankind’s ambition, strength, determination, and insatiable desire to explore,” explains Haque, “As a means to reach the unreachable, it embodies man’s curiosity, unquenchable thirst for knowledge, and ability to overcome his own physical limitations using limitless ingenuity.”
About Raihan Haque Fine Art
Raihan Haque Fine Art is a collection of work conceived and created by Dr. Raihan Haque. Renowned for his vivid imagination and relentless attention to detail, Dr. Haque collaborates with a team of Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) experts to bring his ideas to life. His body of work has set world records for native digital source resolution and is widely held as revolutionary in terms of clarity and detail. Dr. Haque first set the record at 155.5 Megapixels in 2007 with his celebrated “WatchDog of the Spine.” Then in 2009, Raihan Haque Fine Art raised the bar to 340 Megapixels with “Moby Diving Meticulous.”
In order to achieve this extraordinary level of resolution in his artwork, Raihan Haque used a highly-coveted and proprietary methodology known as WideLeap™. The artist first conceived WideLeap in 2004 to create fine art with an unprecedented level of fidelity. Over the years, the methodology’s continual refinement has led to incremental increases in rendering capability. Today Raihan Haque continues to use WideLeap to transform the world of fine art and achieve astounding image resolutions never before possible.
Additional genuine outputs of this fine art are available from distributor Rayhawk Corporation – http://www.rayhawk.com. Art enthusiasts, galleries, and museums interested Raihan Haque’s Fine Art collection can learn more by visiting http://www.raihanhaque.com.