RED BRICKS Poster
- 199,00 DKK
- 199,00 DKK
Here is a red poster called Red Bricks. Two bricks on top of each other and with a light brown background. Very modern and minimalistic artwork. It will fit perfectly into whatever you want to match it with. Made by LisaKetty. Add a bold statement piece to any room with this framed poster. Printed on quality, thick, matte paper.
Museum-quality posters are made on thick and durable matte paper. Add a wonderful accent to your room and office with these posters that are sure to brighten any environment.
The posters are printed on thick, durable 189 g matte paper. They are natural art paper that displays vibrant colors with matt, uncoated surfaces, and lightly textured surfaces.
The Giclée printing technique produces vibrant, saturated colors as well as a variety of depths and nuances. The combination of archival paper and premium art paper ensures the best color preservation for a long-lasting print.
Carefully wrapped in silk paper and packed in a protective cardboard tube. Worldwide shipping is available.
Fits standard-sized frames.
You can choose 3 types of frames.
These solid frames will give your posters and art prints a beautiful Scandinavian and minimalistic look.
• The black and white frame is made from ayous wood.
• Oak frame made from solid oak.
• Frame weight may vary depending on the color and material.
• Acrylite front protector.
• Hanging hardware included.
Every artwork is full of tiny but sweet details.
The prints all have similar details. I am attempting to make each artwork look like it is printed on rough paper as if it were carbon paper, and that is the point of the small dots as a texture. These details make the print look bright and sharp, and the output is excellent.
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- Lisa Ketty.