Comical illustration of a misunderstanding in the translation of the word Orang-utan, believing that it actually meant orange man, but later finding it means “Man of the Forest”.
Digitally rendered using Photoshop and available on high quality art paper of your choice, unto A0 in size.
Gallery quality Giclée print on either; Hahnemühle William Turner Matt Fine Art – 310gsm | Innova Smooth Cotton High White – 315gsm, 100% cotton rag, archival paper | Matte “Poster” Paper Smooth White – 220gsm using Epson HDR Ultrachrome inks. Available with or without custom trimmed with 1″ border for framing (without is suitable for IKEA RIBBA frames).
Each print(s) order is rolled and protected inside a strong posting cylinder.
(Frames NOT included)
1 creative person, slightly matured
2 tablespoons aptitude
1 piece of aesthetic flavouring
6lbs hard work and sweat
4 ideas more than most
salt of the earth to taste
Take a creative person and stir in some aptitude, thoroughly from the start. In time, mix in the aesthetic flavouring with the most appropriate tool at hand, and then, fold into the mix as much of the hard work and sweat that the mix can take. Sprinkle in the ideas; the more the better. And finally, as all is cooking, a pinch of ‘salt of the earth’ to give it the necessary character. Leave to cook over time and serve when required. Tasty treat in a tasteless world.