This print is from my Black & White series of works.
This image was taken in Goblin Valley in Utah, USA - a truly remarkable place, completely out of this world. The unusual stone shapes in Goblin Valley result from the weathering of Entrada Sandstone and these eroded rocks have existed in such form for 20 Million Years. The name of this work is based on a famous series of children's books created by the English illustrator Martin Handford. These books challenge the reader to find a character named Wally hidden in the illustrations. There is a person among these sandstone hoodoos and most likely you can find the figure only when looking at a large print (but you are welcome to give it a try on screen).
Metric size (approximate) of paper: 86.5cm x 61cm x 0.1cm
Metric size (approximate) of image/picture: 76cm x 51cm x 0.1cm
Printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308 gsm (19 mil) archival paper, which provides great saturation, texture and depth. Because this paper is so thick, matted and framed with proper backing material, it will not ripple (in normal humidity conditions).
Print includes 2" white borders on each side for easier framing.
The print is numbered and signed by the artist on back and comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
Ships in a well protected cardboard tube.
Other size prints (larger or smaller) are available - please inquire via Contact.
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