Miami — Aluminium Print

by Henry Rivers

Miami

Henry Rivers — Aluminium Print
from € 34,90 incl. tax excluding shipping fees

Printed to order in Europe

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Product details

Aluminium Print - Product details

Fine art print printed directly onto aluminium dibond. Lightweight and sturdy with a matt finish.

Our aluminium prints are suitable for hanging outdoors.

Sizes
Material Aluminium with a polyethylene core
Finish Matt
Print Type 6-colour digital printing
Hanging Metal plates or aluminium rail

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

Product details

Fine art print printed directly onto aluminium dibond. Lightweight and sturdy with a matt finish.

Our aluminium prints are suitable for hanging outdoors.

Comes with a hanging system.
Comes with a hanging system.
Aluminium panels with a polyethylene core.
Aluminium panels with a polyethylene core.
Aluminium Print
This overview gives you a detailed understanding of our wall art sizes.
Aluminium Print - This overview gives you a detailed understanding of our wall art sizes.

Aluminium 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

Henry Rivers

Architectural drawing meets the Art Deco travel poster.

Henry Rivers

Illustrator and book cover designer Henry Rivers enjoys a rural life, residing in a small town close to the city of Bordeaux. A junky for places and memorabilia, his sources of inspiration are far away from the picturesque French countryside. He travels the globe and surfs the internet in search of urban destinations. Based on his findings, Rivers then translates his impressions into contemporary, stylish posters using scratchy pen and ink drawings. These he later interprets and re-designs using Photoshop and Illustrator. Perhaps it was his degree in Architecture that awakened his fascination with the contrast in scale between the towering landmarks and playful, little details that animate his posters.