10880 Malibu Point — Poster in Standard Frame

by Mat Voyce

10880 Malibu Point

Mat VoycePoster in Standard Frame
from € 26,90 incl. tax excluding shipping fees
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  • ES, FI, DK: 15.12.2017
  • SE, GB, FR, IT, NL: 17.12.2017
  • AT, LU, DE: 20.12.2017

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Product details

Framed Poster - Product details

Gallery-quality art print in a plastic frame. Our black and white plastic frames have a glossy finish. Each frame is fitted with acrylic glass and comes with brackets for hanging.

Sizes
Material265 g/m² pure white paper
FinishGlossy
FramePlastic frame fitted with acrylic glass
Print Type12-colour digital printing

Printed to order in Europe at the highest quality standards.

Product details

Gallery-quality art print in aplastic frame. Our black and white plastic frames have a glossy finish. Each frame is fitted with acrylic glass and comes with brackets for hanging.

Framed Poster
This overview gives you a detailed understanding of our wall art sizes.
Framed Poster - This overview gives you a detailed understanding of our wall art sizes.

Framed Poster

This overview gives you a detailed understanding of our wall art sizes.

Listed print size Frame width Size when framed
A 20×30 8×12 0.7 0.3 21.4×31.4 8.6×12.6
B 30×45 12×18 0.7 0.3 31.4×46.4 12.6×18.6
C 40×60 16×24 0.7 0.3 41.4×61.4 16.6×24.6
D 60×90 24×36 0.7 0.3 61.4×91.4 24.6×36.6

About the artist

Mat Voyce

It’s only when you take a step back that you realise how far you've come and that you might just have a knack for this.

Mat Voyce

English graphic designer Mat Voyce examines staggering constructs from a fascinating perspective. Be it Berlin’s TV Tower, the London Eye or Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory it is the architectural detail that lays the foundation for his illustrations. Voyce is greatly inspired by the landmarks and buildings that tower over our metropolitan cityscapes. Ever so often, his imagination takes his passion to the next level; beyond the realm of skyscrapers. Stepping onto a filmography paternoster he frequently draws subjects from his favourite movies to (re)create colour-contrasting fictional structures. The result? Unrealistic, gravity-defying, intricate works of art. With a degree in graphic design, his career thus far has taken him everywhere from freelance design to teaching art to children.

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