Camels Sahara — Acrylic Glass Print

by Jody MacDonald

Camels Sahara

Jody MacDonald — Acrylic Glass Print
from € 39,90 incl. tax excluding shipping fees

Printed to order in Europe

Delivery in 6 to 9 working days
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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

Jody MacDonald

My fuel, my drive, my being comes from capturing a precious split-second in time.

Jody MacDonald

Award-winning adventure sport and documentary photographer Jody MacDonald calls the world both her home and her canvas. She ventures to all corners of the globe in search of beauty. Each of her compositions tells its own story and attests to her aesthetic. Having spent over a decade accompanying a kiteboarding, paragliding and surfing expedition on a catamaran, Jody’s travels have taken her through sandstorms in the Sahara to barrels off the coast of Bali and beyond. Her internationally acclaimed work has been published by BBC, National Geographic and Red Bull, to name a few.