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State and 34th (Crown Hall) 12x6 precision crafted wood panel print

State and 34th (Crown Hall) 12x6 precision crafted wood panel print

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$65.00

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: epson, ultrachrome ink, acrylic medium, wood panel, giclee, screen, fine art
  • Favorited by: 2 people
  • Gift message available
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Description

This print is a fine art reproduction of my original screenprint called "State and 34th." The building is the Crown Hall at the Illinois Institute of Technology, designed by Mies Van der Rohe.

The image is printed on a high quality archival paper and mounted permanently onto a 1.5 inch deep precision crafted wood panel. It is sealed with acrylic medium for protection, longevity and added texture. Sides are painted black and also sealed with a coat of varnish.

It can hang on the wall or simply sit on a window sill or bookshelf as an interior accent piece.

Each piece is signed and dated in the back.

Every item ships well protected via USPS Prioriy Mail.

Other sizes and proportions are available, please contact me if you have any question.


Please note:
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DISPLAY COLOR vs. ACTUAL PRINT COLOR
The color in your prints is likely to differ slightly from what you see on your monitor. Just know that all of my archival prints are meticulously matched against my original screen print, so what you receive is always the intended result. I have very high standards for my printed output and will not sell or send prints that do not meet those standards.

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This print is a fine art reproduction of my original screenprint called "State and 34th." The building is the Crown Hall at the Illinois Institute of Technology, designed by Mies Van der Rohe.

The image is printed on a high quality archival paper and mounted permanently onto a 1.5 inch deep precision crafted wood panel. It is sealed with acrylic medium for protection, longevity and added texture. Sides are painted black and also sealed with a coat of varnish.

It can hang on the wall or simply sit on a window sill or bookshelf as an interior accent piece.

Each piece is signed and dated in the back.

Every item ships well protected via USPS Prioriy Mail.

Other sizes and proportions are available, please contact me if you have any question.


Please note:
----------------------------------------------------
DISPLAY COLOR vs. ACTUAL PRINT COLOR
The color in your prints is likely to differ slightly from what you see on your monitor. Just know that all of my archival prints are meticulously matched against my original screen print, so what you receive is always the intended result. I have very high standards for my printed output and will not sell or send prints that do not meet those standards.

SHIPPING ADDRESS
Please have your Paypal address current. I always try to cross-reference addresses, and will defer to the Etsy-specified address, but I will not take responsibility in cases where orders are sent to an old address that is listed as your Paypal address. In the event that you cannot update your Paypal address before purchase, please send me a note in the message to seller during checkout.

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