Hong Kong White No. 3
Combining Hong Kong's street icons such as the traditional aluminium handmade letterboxes, bamboo scaffolding, street signs, dried herbs and spices, mahjong tiles, carved jade double happiness, fresh tofu, dried noodles, stone lions, lucky cats and other everyday objects to create a serene and structured collection of images that evokes memories of all that is Hong Kong.
The sizes and prices listed here are the actual image size, so in the case of the rolled print, there will be an additional 2"-3" white border (depending on print size) around the image when you receive the artwork in the packing tube.
For ready to hang canvases, the size listed is the actual finished size of the canvas. Each canvas has white sides and is stretched over a 1.5" wooden bar.
For framed prints, we are able to present your chosen art simply with a white, black or grey matt finished with a simple white, black or dark brown wood frame. Again, the size listed is the image size so the final sizes of the received framed art will be:
- 12" x 18" framed size: 20" x 26"
- 16" x 24" framed size: 24" x 32"
- 24" x 36" framed size: 32" x 44"
Each piece of art is physically created using archival grade Epson Inks. The paper stock is 250gsm premium Epson paper. The canvas is 100% cotton, weighted approximately 350gsm. The combination of these materials together ensures quality, vibrancy and longevity. To prolong the life of your artwork, please hang the piece away from direct sunlight.
CUSTOMISATION & MAXIMUM SIZES
As each piece of art is printed to order, there is an option to resize or customise the art, if you have a specific size or an idea in mind. Please send us an email enquiry to see what is possible.
The maximum frame size we can construct is 40" x 60". The maximum canvas we can create is sized 50" x 80". The minimum canvas size is 8" x 8".
The price listed includes courier shipping across Hong Kong. For INTERNATIONAL ORDERS, please send an email enquiry on the additional shipping costs.
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