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The harbor kiosk

The harbor kiosk

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Technique : Digital Graphic Art. (DGA)
Circulation : 25 copies. per size
Signing : Simple signing

The harbor kiosk was built around 1945 at this location. Statius Mosling who found that Narvik city should not only have a cinema, but also several kiosks. Until 1941, the kiosk stood on the other side of the street, down towards the quay. When Solveig Syvertsen started working in the kiosk in 1945, After Solveig Syvertsen discontinued operations in 1990, the kiosk was moved to Taraldsvikparken. Now the kiosk has been restored and moved back to its original location down on the quay.

Image is so-called Digital Graphic Art, where the original printing plate is a digital file. The image is therefore, instead of a graphic printing plate, printed directly from the file, which is a file with a very high resolution, and consequently the image can be printed in various sizes with very high quality. The technique is called Giclee printing.

I have strict requirements for the paper to be acid-free and age-resistant. That's why I use paper from Hahnemühle, which is the most recognized producer of art paper for digital prints. This paper is used for museum-quality pictures and is in matt acid-free paper for a long life (100 years). This picture is printed with paper without bleach, and the color of the paper is off-white. This helps ensure that the colors do not change over time or lose their hue.

- Paper weight: 310 gr per sq.m. Hahnemühle German Etching. Picture is properly packaged to be sent by post.

- Picture sold without frame.

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