Monochrome Wave and Mountain

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Monochrome Wave and Mountain

from 65.00

An Atlantic Wave bows down at the foot of Lions Head.

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This print can be ordered in sizes, A3 to A0 and printed on a selection of materials.

Hahnemuhle German Etching Paper: Mould-made 100% a-cellulose paper, with a distinct textured surface, weighing 310g/m². This paper has guaranteed archival standards regarding density, colour gamut, colour graduation and image sharpness. Maximum print size is 1100mm x 12000mm.

Premium Satin Paper: This product offers a vivid reproduction of life-like colours, details and deep blacks. This 260g/m² resin-coated photographic papers satin finish minimises glare while maximising presentation quality, ideal for framing behind glass. Maximum print size is 1500mm x 12000mm.

Perspex: This product is ready to hang, fitted with a 25mm rear mounted, hidden frame, giving it a floating appearance. The image is reverse printed on to the back of the 3mm thick perspex, accentuating vibrant colours and deep blacks. The final product "pops" off the wall. Grubby fingerprints are not a problem, a damp soft/microfibre cloth can be used to remove surface blemishes. Maximum print size is 3000mm x 2000mm.

Brushed Aluminium: This product is ready to hang, fitted with a 30mm rear mounted, hidden frame, giving it a floating appearance. A double layer of ink bonds to the brushed aluminium surface bringing the textured image to life. This material is complemented by black & white images, reflecting warmer and cooler tones as the mood and light of the room changes throughout the day.Maximum print size is 1500mm x 3000mm.

The aluminium is a raw material, please handle carefully with cotton gloves or an old t-shirt to prevent skin oils or grubby fingerprints leaving visible marks. If required, using a soft damp cloth, wipe with the texture grain from edge to edge of the print in long continuous strokes to remove unwanted blemishes. Do not use solvents.