Caught in a moment - this striking colour print is a shot from 2007 of Daft Punk in Paris. Makes an eye-catching addition to any room.
Part of an exclusive selection of art featuring rare and special images of world icons. Numbered edition of 200.
With a high quality, gallery finish - a Lambda print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper. Mounted on white and framed here in the UK.
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|Get this dispatched||Within 4 - 6 weeks|
|Standard delivery price||£9.90 (free on orders over £300)|
|General Dimensions||W40 x H50 x D2cm|
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|Materials||Lambda print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, engineered wood frame and perspex|
|Limited Edition||Hand printed limited edition of 200|
|Fixings||Included - attached|
|Origin||Framed in the UK|
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Questions about the Daft Punk, 2007, 40 x 50cm, Limited Edition (2)
Ilya 4 Sep 2012
Who is the photographer that took the fabulous picture of Daft Punk in Paris in 2007?
Made Customer Services 4 Sep 2012
I can confirm the artist who took this photo is Jay Brooks, and the photo itself was taken on 01 September 2007.
Anthony 18 Jun 2012
Who are these prints signed by? Could you tell me more about the printing process?
Made Customer Services 18 Jun 2012
The prints are hand printed using a digital photographic process, this is described as a lambda print but is also known as a c-type print. Each picture is not signed by the subject of the image. They are signed/numbered individually so you can be sure that your image is part of a limited edition.
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