Photographed in Masai Mara.
African thunderstorms, there’s nothing like it. Sudden, dramatic, elemental, eclectic and deafeningly loud. For years I have been envisioning this image, 3 of Kenya’s most iconic elements coming together in 1 image, the lone acacia tree, an elephant bull and an approaching storm. And this particular late afternoon in October it all happened at the same time, in the same place. This is the Masai Mara, vast, wild, ever-changing and pregnant with life, a place that touches your soul and changes you forever.
Hahnemühle Natural Line Hemp
290 grams, 60% hemp fibers, 40% cotton, natural white, smooth, matt
Comes with a 1cm, 2cm or 5cm white border, depending on the size of the print.
You can read more about why I chose this type of paper here.
What is dibond?
Your artwork will be printed on matte Fujicolor Chrystal Archive paper and mounted on a 3mm thick Dibond plate (a combination of polyethylene & aluminum).
It can easily be hung without additional costs (such as framing) and includes a ‘floating’ hanging system.
What is acrylic glass?
Your artwork will be printed on matte Fujicolor Chrystal Archive paper, mounted on a Dibond plate, and presented under 3mm glossy UV-coated acrylic glass. The colors are more vivid and there is an extra sense of extra depth. Includes a ‘floating’ hanging system.
We can also frame your 'dibond artwork' or 'acrylic glass artwork' in a wooden frame of choice, please send an email to email@example.com to request a quote and receive samples.
Do you offer framed fine-art prints?
Due to the custom-made nature of framed work, framed prints are only available through personal inquiry. However, we can frame each work exactly the way you want. We work with carefully selected types of solid wood, anti-glare ART-glass, and several forms of passe-partouts (matt board). Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request a quote and receive samples or read more about framing here.
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