Pinkman and Heisenberg Toy — Premium Poster

by Rafa Gomes

Pinkman and Heisenberg Toy

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

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

Sizes
Material240 g/m² pure white paper
FinishSemi-gloss
Print Type12-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.

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.

Actual size (cm)Actual size (in)
A20×308×12
B30×4512×18
C40×6016×24
D60×9024×36
E80×12032×48
F100×15040×60
120×18048×72
140×21056×84
150×22560×90

About the artist

Rafa Gomes

Pay no attention to what the critics say; no statue has ever been erected to a critic.—Jean Sibelius

Rafa Gomes

Rafael da Silva Gomes comes from Fortaleza in the north-east of Brazil. His inspiration stems from his travels, which often take him to the limit of his comfort zone, and music. The latter especially is reflected in his series “Coleção Toys”, a lively homage to icons of music, art and pop culture. With meticulous precision, his miniatures take on the faces of famous personalities of past and present—from Madonna to Monroe, Willy Wonka to Walter White. By transforming big names into small figures, he casts a critical eye over our very notion of fame.