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Bird (sandpiper) silhouette on an architectural detail photograph in mint and brown shades. The bird print could be a really great animal art gift perfect for woodland nursery or scandinavian design lover.

Bird silhouettes on architecture details is a series of digital collages created in my studio. I photograph european architecture, than I choose one of the european bird species and it's silhouette. I'm looking for serene, balanced picture that reflects bird' spirit as viewed by a person that lives in the city.

Colorful art print, professionally printed on premium quality matte Eco friendly heavy paper, signed and dated at the back (along with the title of the print).

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Shipping: Please allow 5 working days for printing your print. It will be carefully packaged and mailed in a rigid mailer tube for safe transit. Registered express shipping is standard.

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bird silhouette art in mint, 11x14 bird print, sandpiper, blue, cyan, reclaimed wood photography, woodland decor, whimsical animal art

$15.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: bird silhouette, art photography, graphic design, european architecture, weathered wood
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from Warsaw, Poland
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