- Medium: Photography
- Height (cm): 60
- Width (cm): 60
Photo manipulation – political statement art.
The illegal killing of elephants for ivory is driven and sustained by demand from consumers who are willing to pay for illegal ivory and was estimates to over 22,000 illegally killed elephants in 2012.
60x60cm Printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Photo Rag 308, 100% rag archival, museum grade paper with Epson Inkjet 11880 and 9 color K3 pigment inks, that ensure even the smallest details are visible and the colors appear freshly printed, even after 100 years. The print include a 2 cm white border to allow for future matting and framing.
Also available on Brushed Aluminium and other sizes from www.erikbrede.com
This is a True Limited edition of 10 + 2AP which means that I will only produce that amount of original signed prints of this particular motif regardless of size and material. Only 4 left!
My artwork is checked by hand, given a protective cover and placed in art-secure packaging before delivering to the art shipping professionals at UPS, FedEx or DHL straight from the laboratory within 5 to 10 business days.
A signed certificate of authenticity, certificate hologram tamper with CoA#, and a label signed by artist, which can be affixed to back of the artwork, is mailed to buyer as soon as the artwork is delivered and accepted. The price will increase as prints become unavailable.
All Customers are solely responsible for all duties, import taxes and brokerage fees. These are not included in the cost of shipping or handling of your order. Customs, duties, and taxes vary widely from country to country; please check with your local customs agency for details on estimated costs. Customs, duty, and taxes are non-refundable: so if you refuse a shipment because of unexpected import fees, the cost of the original shipping, any brokerage/customs/duty/taxes, and any return shipping charges will not be refunded.
What other says about this:
“Wow, what an amazing picture! I love the way the print on the brushed aluminium brings an extraordinary lively look. The Elephant is virtual 3D like when you move around the picture and the light changes and brings new elements to the picture. I am so pleased I invested in this! Great picture, fantastic combination, and a true and sad reminder of the disappearance of the Elephant …” – Customer from Norway (5 star at erikbrede.com)
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- Member Since: February 2, 2015
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