Coffee — Art Print

by Linda van Bruggen

Coffee

Linda van Bruggen — Art Print
from € 11,90 incl. tax excluding shipping fees

Printed to order in Europe

Delivery in 4 to 7 working days
Free shipping from €69 & free returns

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Gallery-quality fine art print with a 1 cm white border. The semi-gloss finish creates a slightly shiny effect.

Note: The actual dimensions of the prints are slightly larger than the dimensions indicated in the drop down menu.

Sizes
Material 240 g/m² pure white paper
Finish Semi-gloss
Print Type 12-colour digital printing

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

Product details

Gallery-quality fine art print with a 1 cm white border. The semi-gloss finish creates a slightly shiny effect.

Note: The actual dimensions of the prints are slightly larger than the dimensions indicated in the drop down menu.

Gallery-quality paper with a semi-gloss finish.
Gallery-quality paper with a semi-gloss finish.
Featuring a 1 cm white border so that the entire design is visible when framed.
Featuring a 1 cm white border so that the entire design is visible when framed.
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This overview gives you a detailed understanding of our wall art sizes.
Premium Poster - This overview gives you a detailed understanding of our wall art sizes.

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

Size listedActual size (cm)Actual size (in)
A20×2020,3×20,38×8
B30×3030,5×30,512×12
C50×5050,8×50,820×20
D70×7071,1×71,128×28
E100×100101,6×101,640×40
150×150152,4×152,460×60

About the artist

Linda van Bruggen

I refuse any kind of perfection in my work. I am a true unperfectionist.

Linda van Bruggen

Illustrator Linda van Bruggen has a compulsive urge to draw every single day and loves sketching weird people. After studying Multimedia in Amsterdam she started working diverse jobs as a designer. Her brightly coloured art is inspired by the likes of Mondrian and Banksy, but the greatest influence so far has been Andy Warhol: after seeing his “Pepsi please” image she was so mesmerised by its crooked lines that she decided to follow in his footsteps, taking pleasure in imperfection.