Rick Deckard - Harrison Ford canvas
In the Director's Cut of Blade Runner, Ridley Scott added a sequence which implies Deckard is a replicant. Deckard's partner Gaff (Edward James Olmos) leaves Deckard an origami unicorn. Earlier, Deckard has dreamed of a unicorn and this papery gift implies that his dreams are implants which Gaff can access. Scott's 2007 Final Cut embellished this theme.
Ridley Scott has said several times that he believes Deckard definitely IS a replicant, while Harrison Ford, in the original movie at least, felt that Deckard was human.
KRINK on canvas
180cm x 150cm
A replicant is a bioengineered being in the 1982 film Blade Runner. The Nexus-series of replicants are virtually identical to adult humans but have superior strength, speed, agility, resilience, and intelligence, to varying degrees depending on the model. More human than human.
Replicants became illegal on Earth after a bloody off-world mutiny by a band of Nexus-6models. Two weeks before the starting point of the film, six Nexus-6 replicants escaped the off-world colonies; the film focuses on the pursuit of the replicants by Rick Deckard, a category of police-officer bounty-hunter called a "Blade Runner", who investigates, tests, and retires replicants found on Earth.