Fine Art Giclée Print — B1546B20-GA0080
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Stereohype's Fine Art Giclée Prints are printed on demand on super-elegant Hahnemühle German Etching Textured 310gsm. This is one of Hahnemühle's genuine artist papers, mould made, 100% acid free paper with an exceptionally smooth surface. This velvety heavyweight etching board has a fine surface texture. German Etching is one of the most popular media for artwork and photography. The paper is made of 100% cotton or pure alpha cellulose presenting a textured surface that allows high quality printing. Artworks are printed with archival inks – a ten colour ink set including orange and greens for vivid and long-lasting results.
Button Badge Motif Prints: 8" x 10" / 203mm x 254mm, certified at the bottom right with Stereohype embossed print series seal. Open edition. Unframed. Custom frame option available. Handwritten button badge motif number at the back of print. Optional wooden, custom frame, high quality, matt, white 'small alpha' frame made by our local Clerkenwell framer (see preview). Frame is made on demand.
This artwork is also available as B.I.O. Series 20 button badge and as part of an elegant artist gift box containing 4 button badges.
Augustin is a French Art Director. He studied Graphic Design and Advertising at ECV – École de Communication Visuelle in Paris. He then decided to start his creative career there and worked in different international advertising agencies in Paris. After numerous years in the industry, he decided to take a break and explore new horizons. Augustin travelled around the world for a few months, met new people and discovered new cultures. When he returned to France he realised that he got used to nature and open spaces – and that he therefore did not enjoy the idea to live in Paris anymore. He decided to move to Marseille and live by the sea while working as a freelancer.
In his spare time he enjoys drawing monsters and working on vintage motorcycles.
External link: augustincamus.com
Created by: Augustin Camus