Travis Henderson as played by Harry Dean Stanton
"He thought if she never got jealous of him that she didn't really care about him. Jealousy was a sign of her love for him, and then one night, one night she told him that she was pregnant, she was about three or four months pregnant and he didn't even know and then suddenly everything changed, he stopped drinking, he got a steady job, he was convinced that she loved him now that she was carrying his child and he was going to dedicate himself to making a home for her."
Travis Henderson, an aimless drifter who has been missing for four years, wanders out of the desert and must reconnect with society, himself, his life, and his family.
A digital low poly interpretation of Harry Dean Stanton's portrayal of Travis Henderson in Wim Wenders seminal CannesPalme d'Or winning film Paris, Texas.
The print is supplied on archival art matte paper sized 16 inches x 8 inches, signed and dated on reverse by myself, posted in sturdy postal tube.
Digital image archival inkjet print on archival matte art paper.