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Open Hand to the Galaxy

by Samir Belhamra

FROM THE ARTIST
Digital rendering shot taken of the Atacama Desert. Samir Belhamra is a France-based photographer & visual artist. His style is atypical, situated between reality and imagination. With each piece, he hopes that his artwork will help people to dream, travel, and change their perspective.
Frame Finish | Black
Size | Small
Quantity
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Pricing
$279.00
  • Framed Floater Canvas, Giclée art, 2" deep.
  • FSC-certified & handcrafted mahogany wood frame.
  • 100% pure cotton fine art canvas. OBA-free 385gsm thick.
  • Water-resistant varnish layer with UV & scratch protection.
  • Each piece comes with an art plate detailing the artist & artwork.
  • 90-day free trial and money-back guarantee on all orders.
  • Limited lifetime warranty for physical damage.
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Premium and
Sustainable Materials

Most wall art frames are made of polystyrene (i.e. styrofoam). Not ours. We use FSC-certified & handcrafted mahogany wood frames.

Our fine art canvases are 100% cotton and come from a manufacturer in France with over 150 years of crafting history.

Our canvases are expertly stretched and mounted by hand on premium quality, solid-wood stretcher bars.

Museum-Quality
Production

We use professional-grade materials and Giclée production techniques to protect and preserve the integrity of the artwork.

We then coat each piece with a fine art glaze that enriches colors, creates a water-resistant barrier, and prevents cracking.

Museum-Quality
Production

We use professional-grade materials and Giclée production techniques to protect and preserve the integrity of the artwork.

We then coat each piece with a fine art glaze that enriches colors, creates a water-resistant barrier, and prevents cracking.

Collection-Worthy

Each Grafiti piece comes with an lucite art plate that features the artist’s name, artwork title, and a description of their art. Mount the art plate with the Grafiti wall art just like at a gallery or museum, or keep it somewhere meaningful.

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