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Here's a bouquet that will not wilt and can be enjoyed for years to come!
Beautiful flowers can brighten anyone's day, and they are fast becoming a passion of John's as he establishes his own garden on his lifestyle block in Tasman.
While seeking inspiration for what to plant around his home John has found himself equally inspired to create art based on what he sees. This Bouquet series veers away from his traditional style, instead opting to work in a solely digital format.
These bold and colourful artworks can be enjoyed in both indoor and outdoor settings due to the high quality production process that will ensure they last for years to come.
The Kanuka Glen Art outdoor range is New Zealand's most durable print art, suitable for hanging indoors or outdoors in any weather.
Does the image run when it gets wet?
The short answer is no. The long answer is that the image is impregnated in to the surface of the canvas. This creates an impenetrable print that is unaffected by moisture and will not run.
What is the artwork printed on?
We use BS-1088 marine grade plywood. This is the highest worldwide standard available for plywood. It's used in boat building and exterior cladding so it needs to be highly durable and able to withstand all weather conditions. This makes it the perfect canvas for the Kanuka Glen Art outdoor range. It also offers a beautiful natural woodgrain that enhances the overall appeal of the artwork.
Will the print fade in the sun?
In short no. The long answer is that the artwork is printed using unique Micro-V ultrafine dispersion technology to maximise pigment loading. The UV curing inks deliver strong vibrant, lightfast colours with greater image quality and superior colour gamut.
SAVE 10% when buying 3 small from bouquet series- Use discount code SMALLBOUQUET!
SAVE 10% when buying 3 medium from bouquet series- Use discount code MEDIUMBOUQUET!
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PLEASE NOTE - Turn around time for 1200mm is roughly three weeks at present.