• Skandivis PlayType Welcome To The City of Champions Poster

Welcome To The City of Champions Poster

  • Brand: PlayType
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £45.00
  • £38.25

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Limited PlTY poster "Welcome To The City Of Champions", from the photo project "Caledonian Jane", By Emil Hartvig. A perfect gift for any lover of design, fonts and typography.

  • Dimensions: 70cm x 100cm. Printed on uncoated paper 120g.
  • Danish Design: By Playtype
  • Supplied in a tube Please note that the frame is not included

Frames in this size are available from Nielsen frames.

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