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Kejsarberget – Print of original art
As an autistic, David has a quality to see the world as it is, in this work of art, "The Imperial Mountain" he wanted to illustrate a visual difference between the poor and the rich. This is now available as art items. Below are thoughts from David himself about the artwork. Feel free to read the whole story of his life här.
- " I wanted Asian buildings and nature together. Wanted orange and blue together. Tibetan temple I like, when they are standing on the mountain. Mixed with mountain areas from China. The drawing is based on an old children's book from Asia about a hidden city in mountain areas. This drawing shows a city where only rich people live in. You can call it heavenly city. There was something missing in the drawing, so I drew a windmill there."
Frame not included Size 30x40 cm ( 12x16 in ) have no heading or logo.
Deliveringtime: 1-3 working days
The art is printed on Scandia 2000 white 24 g environmentally friendly acid-free FSC paper made of wood-free, chlorine-free pulp and is age-resistant in accordance with ISO 9706. Characteristic is the neutral whiteness, high opacity and quality feeling. Manufactured at Lessbo Mill in Småland, Sweden. Lessbo Bruk in Småland, Sweden.
Printed on 200 g / m² acid-free FSC matt uncoated archive paper. An age-resistant paper. Compared to most common posters are 130-170 g / m².
|Dimensions||34 × 9 × 9 cm|
30×40 cm (12×16 in ), 50×70 cm (20×28 in ), 70×100 cm ( 28×40 in )