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Barn

Barn

Lex Pott

In the ‘Faux Wood’ Series, Lex Pott presents three handmade compositions that seek to not only emulate the tactility of wood but at the same time challenge our very understandings around the material through a vibrant and unconventional use of colour. This balance, between the familiar and the unfamiliar, the ‘fake’ and the ‘genuine’, exposes the beauty in the simplicity and irregularities that come with wood as a material.

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Product Specifications

Size: 460 x 670 mm
Framed Print Size: 486 x 696 x 30 mm
Paper: One-Sided, Matt Coated with a Gloss Varnish, 250 gsm
Printing: Offset Lithography

Each print arrives with an authenticity sticker on the back detailing the print & series name as well as the designer. In keeping with our commitment to storytelling, we also add an A6 card to our packages that includes a short story about the print series and designer.

Aluminium Dibond is a structural backing added to the print for stiffness and strength. This Dibond option comes standard with a wall mount and the necessary screws. 

The Self-Hanging Kit is made up of four adhesive metal disks (Ø 20mm) and four magnets (Ø 5mm). The adhesive metal disks can be applied directly to a wall. Your Sidedish Projects print can then be securely held between the metal disks and the magnet.

Framing Specifications

Available in Black, White and Natural Oak Frame

Our framing offering is specific to each print series and is decided in tandem with the designers themselves. As an extension of the art itself, it's important they have a say in how the product is presented.

Making use of an Amsterdam-based framer, we offer sturdy, high-quality aluminium and oak options. All frames have a premium plexiglass casing, giving a similarly clear effect to glass but with added durability. This also gives us the necessary confidence to ship our framed goods without damages.

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