The story behind
Once a pristine and unique ecosystem, the Serengeti in Tanzania, where many animals live, meet and breed. Balanced, rich and telling the storing of our planet from ancient times on.
Now the immense grasslands (green) are step by step disturbed by more tourist roads (white), system boarders (black) and settlings (red). It is increasingly coming under pressure. This unique ecosystem is literally cut into pieces. An art expression.
This rectangle archival pigment print of the city canvas with Pantone® colours Black 6c, High Risk Red and Grass Green is perfect for a modern, classic and reflective look in home and office interiors. It is a reminder how one of the most pristine and key natural ecosystems in the world is on the brink of devaluation.
Dimensions: 100 x 100 cm
Limited edition print (1/1) on Hahnemühle natural line fine art paper Hemp, 290 gsm, 60% hemp fibre, 40% cotton, white, acid- and lignin-free, ISO 9706 compliant and museum quality for high age resistance. Colours and details are brilliantly reproduced. Hemp has extremely robust fibres, for that it is used for long-lasting historical documents, such as the Gutenberg Bible and the US Declaration of Independence.
- Signed Artist Proof
- Designed by Jack Kruf, 2021
- Inclusive aluminium Barth frame and Jarson-Juhl museum glass
- Printed in Breda, The Netherlands