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Innova IFA107 Fabriano Printmaking 
Rag with pigmented Epson 
Ultrachrome HDX inks.


Limited edition - 11 prints
70cm wide

Collectors edition - 3 prints
120cm wide


Each print comes in a standard black ebony handmade frame. 

Custom options are available on request.


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All frames include 'Glare-free museum glass'.
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Background story

Caspian Sea

The most southwestern part of Kazakhstan, the Mangystau Oblast region, bordering the huge Caspian Sea.  One of those typical remote corners of the world that is hardly ever seen by human eyes from above since only a handful of airways and airlines overfly this region. Most traffic between Europe and Asia is flying far further north over Russia, or much further down south towards the Middle-East.  Only a handful of cargo planes and local airlines inbound Azerbaijan start their descent here on their way to Baku to pick up freight or simply refuel. 

I'm always fascinated by those coastal areas where the dry land changes instantly into the sea without any indication of vegetation where you'd expect some plant life with so much water around.

Blue Marble Series

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