Sustainably printed Giclée fine art print from surrealist painter MET. Between Two States is a representation of the American gas station as an oasis in the barren and isolated landscape of the Southwest.
"A lot comes to mind when thinking of the American Southwest... retro gas stations, diners, and motels in the middle of nowhere. It all has a desolate, altered dimension sort of vibe.
These weathered structures act as a refuge from the vast, dry land, where a brisk coke, unique conversation, and hopefully, air conditioning are provided." ~ MET
Original medium: Acrylic paint and markers on raw canvas.
This print is available in A4 (21 cm x 29.7 cm) and A2 (59.4 cm x 42 cm) size.
Our fine art prints are archival quality, meaning they will last up to 80 years.
Learn more about the artist here.
Frame not included.
All prints are printed using a carbon neutral printer based locally in East London. This artwork is printed on sustainably sourced Hahnemühle Bamboo paper, which contains 90% bamboo and 10% cotton fibres. Bamboo grows faster than traditional paper sources and consumes less water.
Our A4 prints are shipped in recycled cardboard. The acid-free protective tissue paper and card backing are recyclable.
Our A2 fine art prints are shipped in a cardboard tube made of 100% recycled fibreboard. Both the fibreboard and the plastic ends can be recycled. The acid-free protective tissue paper is also recyclable.
You can recycle the entirety of your A4 and A2 print packaging - even the shipping label and tape.
To recycle the bubble wrap, please pop all of the bubbles. Confirm with your local recycling depot that they accept bubble wrap as this is not universal.
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