Rome Classic — Aluminium Print

by Planos Urbanos

Rome Classic

Planos Urbanos — Aluminium Print
from € 34,90 incl. tax excluding shipping fees

Printed to order in Europe

Delivery in 6 to 9 working days
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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

Planos Urbanos

Each city map is different from all the others. It’s like a fingerprint. In it you can find...yourself.

Planos Urbanos

Jason Ayerbe Garcia and Javier Ruiz Recco met whilst studying architecture in Seville and teamed up after graduation. Their interest in urban planning was so strong that they named themselves after it. Planous Urbanos created buildings, landscape architecture and official city maps, before branching into the world of art with their City Series. Initially profiling Andalusian towns, they moved on to larger subjects such as Paris, New York and Berlin, and now design elaborate artistic maps of cities using computer-aided design, aerial photographs and atlases.