Acid and lignin-free paper, deluxe pigment print

Map of San Francisco

limited edition print by Alex Elko Design
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About the work

This piece celebrates San Francisco as a graphical entity: the serrated edges where land meets water, the twists and turns of the roadway, alleyway, and driveway, the space between the gridlines. These are as distinctive as San Francisco itself.

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Premium Art Paper:

Minted's Premium Art Prints are printed on museum-quality cotton rag archival paper with archival pigment ink. The result is a stunning, museum quality print with rich and vibrant colors. This paper and print method is used on all Premium Art Prints.

Standard Art Paper

Minted's Standard Art Prints are printed on an acid and lignin-free matte art paper with deluxe pigment ink. The result is a beautiful print with vibrant colors. This paper and print method is used on all Standard Art prints.

Professionally Handled

For protection, each Art Print is shipped in an acid-free and lignin-free sleeve.

About the Artist

Alex Elko Design
by Alex Elko Design

San Francisco, CA, US

About the work

This piece celebrates San Francisco as a graphical entity: the serrated edges where land meets water, the twists and turns of the roadway, alleyway, and driveway, the space between the gridlines. These are as distinctive as San Francisco itself.

Protect Your Print

We recommend framing your Minted Art Print to best show off your new purchase and to protect the quality of the paper and printing. Minted offers professional framing on all Art Prints 44" x 44" and smaller.

Framed Premium Art Prints feature custom built archival framing materials. Each framed Minted Premium Art piece is fitted with all wood mouldings, an archival backer, UV-plexi glass and finished bumpers to protect your wall, and hanging wire.

Framed Standard Art Prints are fitted with durable plexi glass and finished with a protective backing, bumpers and hanging wire.

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