Fine art giclée print created by Alexandra Papadimouli exclusively for The Poster Club. Comes framed in black oak frame 50x70cm.
Printed on 265 g natural art paper with a matt, uncoated finish and lightly textured surface, that ensures a rich and vibrant display of colours. Printed in Denmark.
Giclée is a printing technique used to attain intense, saturated colours as well as a greater variety of depth and nuances. Combined with the premium art paper, it guarantees archival conservation of colours for the highest possible age resistance.
This art print comes with a white border around the motif. The sizes displayed, indicates the actual size of the art print including the white border.
Designer Alexandra Papadimouli lives and works in Greece. Through her work, she aims to combine minimalistic Nordic style and themes inspired by the Aegean islands.
Her main inspiration source is the island of Tinos, her second home: the sea with the ever-changing colours and moods, the rough and proudly standing rocks, the wise local architecture.
In her own words "...each of my prints has a story behind it: A shape and its origin, a form and its function, all ready to be discovered.”
THE POSTER CLUB is a Copenhagen-based company offering a unique selection of high quality posters and art prints from both upcoming and established artists.
Their inspiration comes from the trends in Nordic lifestyle, fashion and interior design, combining their roots in Copenhagen and the Scandinavian culture, with new and innovative technology in the creative industry.