Kugeln No. 2 — Poster in Standard Frame

by Michael Belhadi

Kugeln No. 2

Michael Belhadi — Poster in Standard Frame
from € 26,90 incl. tax excluding shipping fees

Printed to order in Europe

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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.

Available in black and in white.
Available in black and in white.
Delivered with brackets that can be attached to the back for hanging.
Delivered with brackets that can be attached to the back 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

Michael Belhadi

You maybe wouldn’t guess from my work that I started out photographing surgeries for medical journals. I still take the same scientific approach to my subjects, only now it’s to show new ways of seeing the guts of a city, and not a person.

Michael Belhadi

Michael Belhadi began his career taking pictures of surgical procedures for medical journals. These days, the Berlin-based photographer delves beneath the surface of famous metropolises to reveal the true heart of a city. Focusing on locations that lie under the radar of the casual observer, he uncovers beauty in the most ordinary of settings. From vivid snapshots of subterranean hubs like Berlin’s subway system to muted studies of world famous landmarks, each photo shows its subject in a new light.