Wag's Liquor — Premium Poster

by Jens Ochlich

Wag's Liquor

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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

Jens Ochlich

"The camera is the least important element in photography." - Julius Shulman

Jens Ochlich

German photographer Jens Ochlich has called California his home since moving there from West Germany in 2000. He was first inspired to pick up a camera upon his discovery of architecture photographer Julius Shulman. Today, his camera can’t stop clicking at the sight of everything and anything Americana; classic American cars, urban themes, minimalism and a longing for a long-lost America are all frequent subjects in his photographs. Jens is deeply fascinated by the fringe cities that help shape California’s rapidly developing urban landscape. He attributes his compositions to an inborn love for Bauhaus art and surrealism.