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I'm Fine, How Are You?

$100.00 USD

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 Fine Art Gicleé Print

I'm Fine, How Are You (University of Texas, Austin, TX) was shot on a Nikon F100, b/w film on 09.28.13,  at the corner of 21st and Guadalupe streets. In the background the iconic “Hi, How Are You” mural by Daniel Johnston. 

  • 8x10 prints are open-edition prints
  • 11x14 are limited edition prints
  • The image is printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper with archival pigment inks and has a 1” white border
  • Frame not included 
  • For any custom print requests or any other questions, please get in touch 

Some history on the mural via KUT 

The “Hi, How Are You” mural at 21st and Guadalupe streets remains standing.

American Campus Communities bought the Goodall Wooten building in July 2018, announcing plans to turn it into new student housing with retail shops on the ground floor. The company said it is committed to preserving the Austin landmark and integrating the free-standing wall into the redevelopment.

The building housed a record store called Sound Exchange when artist and musician Daniel Johnston painted the mural in 1993. The piece features an antenna-eyed frog known as Jeremiah the Innocent under the words "Hi, How Are You" and pays homage to Johnston's album of a decade earlier. Nirvana's Kurt Cobain was photographed wearing a T-shirt with the image in the early '90s, giving the piece a significance beyond the artwork itself.

“The mural is not just a visual landmark, but also a question on the mental health of everyone,” said Kenzo Revilla, founder and president of the Austin-based Street Art Muralist Organization.

“‘Hi, How Are You?’ implores us to ask how people really are, how they’re doing," he said.

Throughout his career, Johnston’s art was “informed to some degree by his ongoing struggle with manic depression,” according to his website.

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