framed art print

neu tribal black  BY gneural
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DENY Gneural

Gneural Neu Tribal Black Framed Art Print

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$49.00

MSRP: $0.00


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Product Details

Description

Frame it up. The Deny Modern and Classic Framed Art Print takes away all the hassle of finding the right frame for your art. The art is printed with archival, fade-resistant inks—and the frames are available in black or white with a variety of sizes so no matter your design needs, we have just the option for you. The Classic frame style is wider than our Modern frame for a more traditional, gallery-style look. The Modern frame style is narrower but deeper than the Classic frame for a sleek alternative. Sprinkle in different sizes and maybe an art canvas or two to help create a picture-perfect art collection. And the best part? Every purchase pays the artist who designed it—supporting creativity worldwide.

Details & Product Specs

Frame:

  • Frame Materials: MDF core with a paper wrap
  • Art print with archival, fade-resistant inks
  • Light filtering acrylic to protect your art print from fading
  • Classic frame dimensions: 1.25" W x .75" D
  • Modern frame dimensions: .75" W x 1.25" D
  • Wire or sawtooth hanger included depending on size (does not include hanging hardware)

 

Paper Substrate:

  • Satin finish
  • 210 GSM
  • Aqueous ink
  • 8 color inkjet printing

About the Artist

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Debbie Clapper is an artist and designer residing in Boulder, Colorado. She was born (1980) and raised in Rocky River, Ohio, but has called Colorado her home since 1998. Debbie is known for her steady freehand artwork, created without the aid of a ruler, straight edge, or any other sort of measuring tool. Drawing nearly every day since the age of 9, Debbie has mastered the art of getting her abstract visions from her brain, to her hand, to the paper (or whatever medium she is creating on), with as little in between stages as possible. Her techniques range from hand drawn originals to paintings, to printmaking to digital artwork with the goal of breaking out of the need for perceived perfection in order to give way to the beauty that is found in realistic designs. Analog. Digital. In Debbie's mind, there are no limitations.

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