ARTISAN | AUSTRALIAN MADE | ETHICAL | SUSTAINABLE
Single Palm Illustration Print created by Adrianne Dimitrakakis, 2015.
Limited edition of 100 prints each size. The original artwork was created with pigment ink fine liner on acid free paper. This is a print of the original artwork and comes unframed with either a straight or torn edge.
Print size: A3 (420 x 297mm)
This is a giclée print and is printed on 300gsm Museo textured cotton rag paper stock. This 100% cotton and is acid-free. The cotton rag stock is a beautiful off-white colour and is made of 100% cotton.
About The Brand
Adrianne Dimitrakakis is the artist behind Atlas The Collective.
Based in Byron Bay, her artwork is a collection of hand illustrated maps from alluring places around the world and all things inspired from her travels. The vintage aesthetic provokes thought of places yet to be discovered. They are out there, waiting to be found.
She aims to inspire travel or remind you of that amazing trip; a true keepsake from your adventures and a reminder to keep exploring, on land and water.
Shipping + Returns
Ships from: Australia
Australian Shipping: Nash + Banks charges a Flat Rate of $10 per Order Australia-wide. Free Australian Shipping is available for orders over $150.
International Shipping: $10 to the rest of the world.
Delivery Time Frames: 2-6 working days within Australia,
5+ working days to the rest of the world.
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ARTISAN + ETHICAL + AUSTRALIAN MADE + SUSTAINABLE
Atlas The Collective limited edition prints are printed on organic cotton rag paper stock and the new range of wall hangings printed on vintage hand loomed fabrics, sourced from around the globe yet made ethically here in Australia.
Giving these beautiful old fabric new life and in an effort to make more sustainable practices by reusing pre-existing fabric instead of producing more. Staying true to ‘Produce less, produce well’. These pieces are considered and made slow by hand.