After Midnight, 1983 — Acrylic Glass Print

by Gothan's Papierwelten

After Midnight, 1983

Gothan's Papierwelten — Acrylic Glass Print
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Product details

Acrylic Glass Print - Product details

Gallery-quality fine art print printed directly onto the back of acrylic glass with polished edges and a glossy finish.

Sizes
Material 4 mm thick acrylic glass
Finish Glossy
Print Type UV printing
Hanging Metal plates or aluminium rail

Made to order and printed in Europe at the highest quality standards.

Product details

Gallery-quality fine art print printed directly onto the back of acrylic glass with polished edges and a glossy finish.

The design is UV printed directly onto the back of the acrylic glass.
Comes with a hanging system.
Comes with a hanging system.
The design is UV printed directly onto the back of the acrylic glass.
Acrylic Glass Print
This overview gives you a detailed understanding of our wall art sizes.
Acrylic Glass Print - This overview gives you a detailed understanding of our wall art sizes.

Acrylic Glass Print

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

Size (cm)Size (in)
A20×307.9×11.8
B30×4511.8×17.7
C40×6015.7×23.6
D60×9023.6×35.4
E80×12031.5×47.2
F100×15039.4×59.1

About the artist

Gothan's Papierwelten

I love the idea of an accident-in-waiting, from which the new and the surprising can be brought to life.

Gothan's Papierwelten

Bernd Gothan of Gothan’s Papierwelten creates painstakingly handcrafted collages he calls his ‘paper worlds’. His love for cutting, collecting and rearranging began as a teenager growing up in 1960s Germany, when he cut up BRAVO magazines to create new scenes from the images on their pages. A decade later, and living in Paris, continued to collect photos, comics and illustrations, and has never stopped, turning his finds into over 100 ‘paper worlds’, which he has since digitised. Encouraged by his family to share his creations with the world, he exhibited a selection of his pieces. His son Dennis now acts as his international art agent.