Artist's description:

Architecture shot from 20 Fenchurch Street, London also called the Walkie-Talkie. This building gives me associations to Looney Tunes, hence the title.

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Direct UV-Print on Brushed Aluminium – Pure elegance with an exclusive BUTLERFINISH® look. During production of the cover sheet, the surface is ground horizontally to produce a brushed effect. The result is eye-catching: The areas of the photograph that are white or very light are not printed, but instead take on the appearance of the brushed aluminium surface.

The direct UV-print is colour-fast, light-resistant, and even damp-proof. The artwork on brushed aluminium Dibond is therefore not only suitable for indoor areas such as the bathroom or the kitchen, but also for covered outdoor areas protected from rain and direct sunlight. The aluminium Dibond backing is extremely light, and the practical hanging system ensures it is easy to hang on the wall, even with large formats. Simply unpack the artwork, hang it up, and enjoy its floating, metallic effect on your wall.

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 10 to 15 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.

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Fine Art Photography on Brushed Aluminium

Looney Tunes City (2017)

$975.63

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This artwork is sold by Erik Brede from Norway

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