London — Poster in Wooden Frame

by Flo Klein

London

Flo Klein — Poster in Wooden Frame
from € 39,90 incl. tax excluding shipping fees

Printed to order in Europe

Delivery in 7 to 10 working days
Free shipping from €69 & free returns

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Product details

Framed Poster - Product details

Framed, gallery-quality art print. Our black and white frames are made of pinewood with a matte finish. Our oak frames have a natural finish. Each frame is fitted with acrylic glass and comes with brackets for hanging.

Sizes
Material 265 g/m² pure white paper
Finish Semi-gloss
Frame Wooden frame, passe-partout and acrylic glass
Print Type 12-colour digital printing

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

Product details

Framed, gallery-quality art print. Our black and white frames are made of pinewood with a matte finish. Our oak frames have a natural finish. Each frame is fitted with acrylic glass and comes with brackets for hanging.

Delivered with brackets that can be attached to the back for hanging.
High-quality wooden frames available in black, white or oak.
High-quality wooden frames available in black, white or oak.
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 sizePassepartoutFrame widthSize when framed
A20×30 8×122.3 0.93 1.230.8×40.8 12.1×16
B30×45 12×182.3 0.93 1.240.8×55.8 16.1×22
C40×60 16×242.3 0.93 1.250.8×70.8 20×27.9
D60×90 24×362.3 0.93 1.271×101 28×39.8
E80×120 32×484 1.66 2.4100.3×140.2 39.5×55.2
F100×150 40×603.9 1.56.2 2.4120×170.8 47.2×67.2

About the artist

Flo Klein

A good photo is a photo which you look at for more than a second.

Flo Klein

Munich born artist Flo Klein is an art director and a passionate self-taught photographer. Klein accredits two people with inspiring him to walk through life with a camera in-hand. The first, his father who always took him along to art shows when growing up. The other, Andreas Gursky. After visiting his exhibition, Klein set his mind to getting his first camera. What started as some fun out and about, later turned into a serious hobby. Photography has moved more and more into focus in his life over the years. Today, he never leaves his house without his camera, always antsy that he could miss an opportunity to capture a moment. He perceives the world with a heightened sense of awareness, allowing him to observe things which would normally go unnoticed by others.