The Wanderer Whale Shark Magical Fine Art Print

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The Wanderer Whale Shark Magical Fine Art Print

The Wanderer

Whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) are the largest sharks, and indeed largest of any fishes alive today. They feed on plankton and travel large distances. Whale sharks are found in all the tropical oceans of the world. Their white spotted colouration makes these gentle giants easy to identify individually. The maximum size of whale sharks is not known, but could be as large as 20m. They are protected from fishing in many countries these days, but are in decline in some areas. Whale sharks are listed as Endangered by the IUCN.

The Wanderer - Brand New 2020 Edition Print.
Size A3 / 297 x 420 mm / 11.7 x 16.5 in

PRINTS
All prints are the exact reproduction of the original artworks, you can still see the original pencil strokes. They come from a local professional printing company, printed on extra heavyweight 350 g/m2 matte paper with a fine silk touch to make it stand out.

PRINT CARE
To keep your print in its pristine condition it’s best to frame it as soon as possible. Once removed from the protective sleeve, please handle at the edges only and try to avoid the ink especially the blacks. Carefully unroll and flatten your print for best results. Once it’s framed please keep them away from direct sunlight as they tend to fade that way.

PREPARATION
All prints are printed on demand so please allow 2 weeks maximum to prepare your order for postage. I will of course send them out as soon as possible.

POSTAGE
All orders are sent out in postal tubes due to their sizes and most importantly for protection. This way the prints are compact, easy to post and affordable.

INTERNATIONAL ORDERS
Please allow at least 2 weeks (up to 6 weeks in rare cases) to receive your order. Customers are also responsible for customs costs (Duty Taxes). Please check these before ordering as they vary in each country, also it’s illegal to send merchandise items as gifts.

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