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LIMITED EDITION & HIGH QUALITY
Inspired by origami, the Japanese art of folding paper.
The piece also resembles the works of Frank Gehry, mainly Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles and Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao.
Art print by Maison Charlot in a limited edition of 99. Comes signed, numbered and with a certificate of authenticity.
Produced by the local artisans in Paris through giclée technique on 315g matte paper made from 100% natural cotton. The cotton paper is long-lasting, free of acids, lignin and optical brightening agents that change the look of prints over time. For the colours, only safe pigment inks were used that guarantee colour stability for up to 150 years.
The print is thoroughly inspected before the shipment. Worldwide shipping in a protective tube. The frame is not included.
1 PRINT - 1 TREE
Make a positive impact on the environment. Every time you buy a Maison Charlot poster, we will plant a tree in rural arias. Find out more about our sustainability and reforestation program.
- The preparation of order and dispatching takes 1-3 business days.
Your poster will be sent in a protective tube, carefully slipped into kraft paper.
- Orders are shipped through La Poste, Colissimo service.
- France: 2-3 Business days
- Europe: 5-8 business days
- Rest of the world: 7-28 business days
You will be notified when the poster is dispatched and receive a tracking code.
The moment when you receive your Maison Charlot art print it is gonna be an exciting one, but please do not rush and pay attention in the way you treat it. Fine art prints are fragile and need to be handled with extreme care.
Impatient hands can cause damage, so be careful removing prints from the tube. Your print will be wrapped in kraft paper, so instead of touching the print you will securely grab the kraft paper and gently pull it out. Beforehand, prepare a clean surface where the poster will be placed.
Your art print can be irrevocably damaged if you do not frame it properly. Try not to touch the surface of the paper, always hold the paper by the very edges with two hands. Have clean and dry hands, or wear cotton gloves if necessary. Avoid backing made out of ground wood pulp, as it is acidic and will discolour paper. Between the print and backing, place a thick peace of paper.