Permanent museum grade matte opaque black ink silkscreen onto looks-like-gold foil (metalicized/aluminized). Images shown are gold simulation colors for screen appearance only and cannot represent either the detail or the material. This quality print will last forever with simple care. (The 1979 ones still look the same 30 years later.)
Gold Foil sheet sizes;
Art Print standard size: 18" x 24' (available by reserve)
24" X 36" (special order)
36" X 48" (special order)
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