Color Shadows — Premium Poster

by cafelab

Color Shadows

cafelab — Premium Poster
from € 12,90 incl. tax excluding shipping fees

Printed to order in Europe

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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)
A20×3020,3×30,58×12
B30×4530,5×45,712×18
C40×6040,6×61,016×24
D60×9061,0×91,424×36
E80×12081,3×121,932×48
F100×150101,6×152,440×60
120×180121,9×182,948×72
140×210142,2×213,456×84
150×225152,4×228,660×90

About the artist

cafelab

Our creative world of interiors, design & photography!

cafelab

Cafelab is an architecture firm based in Rome, Italy, that approaches all its work with the idea of creating unique spaces. They have been in business since 2010, and in that time have designed interiors for residential, hospitality, corporate and public buildings. Their latest expansion is into visual art, and their graphical pieces display their background in architecture. Their images are textural and feature patterning and staining in a manner which recalls stone, wood and papering.