The fourth piece of the series made in the capital of Thailand may look similar to the third one, yet it’s different: compared to the previous part we can observe some sort of arrangement and in the distance, we can follow the line of buildings on the busy street. At the center of the attention we can find a tuk-tuk taxi, typical of Bangkok, that makes the composition feel charming and atmospheric. For real urbanist we recommend both pieces to be installed near each other, to get a full picture of this exotic city!
There is no compromise in our quality: the prints are made with the most widely accepted technology, using Canson Baryta Photographique papers. The modern method of Giclée printing produces accurate and long lasting works meeting the highest requirements of artists, collectors and museums.
The solid backplate and integrated suspension system makes the image look like it’s floating on the wall (the picture is shown for illustration purpose).
The backside of each artwork features the description of the documentation accompanied by the certificate. This sticker contains the exact details of the artwork, the serial number, the title and the signature of the photographer.
Will the picture fit the atmosphere of your home?
If you are wondering about this question, ask for our visual design service! If you send us an e-mail with the photos of the wall surface to be decorated, our staff will create a digital visualization to help you find the right artwork for your home.
60×40 cm, 90×60 cm, 120×80 cm, 150×100 cm
Photo Print (shipping in Paper Tube), Photo Print on Aluminium Board, Photo Print with Acrylic Surface
Pickup is: FREE!
Delivering cost: FREE!
Dellivery dead line: 10 day aprox