This print, Good Times in the Badlands, was originally designed as part of our 'Sunset Sessions' series and we've given it a twist for those who prefer a blue sky. The print is set in the line-up near Chapel Porth, with the famous and iconic Wheal Coates tin mine silhouetted in the background. The lone surfer girl sits waiting for a final wave before paddling in.
Digitally designed, this is a high quality giclée art print, which means it is produced using pigment based inks and archival, cotton rag paper. Prints of this type will typically last for at least 25 years. The paper is thick, matte and slightly textured with a 300gsm weight and a small, white border around the image meaning it can be framed without a mount if you wish. Each print will be hand signed and dated on the back by Sam, the creator.
Please note that the colour of the print may vary slightly depending on your monitor settings and neither the frame nor mount are included in the sale. The print size shown in the photos is for illustration purposes only, please refer to the sizing options given for the actual size of the prints currently available.
For more information on the sizing, paper quality and other details please see our FAQs section.