This Rio de Janeiro A2 print draws inspiration from the vibrant and exotic second city of Brazil. Drawn during the Rio Olympics in 2016, the illustration features some of Rio’s best known natural and man-made landmarks. These include the Christ the Redeemer statue, Pão de Açúcar (Sugarloaf Mountain) and the beaches of Botafogo. It also features the infamous Maracanã stadium (venue of the 1950 and 2014 World Cup finals, and the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games). The focal point of the illustration is a large depiction of a squirrel monkey dressed in the full kit of “A Canarinha” (the Brazilian National Football team.
In short, this fun, vividly coloured and quirky print is my small homage to the wonderful city of Rio de Janeiro. It would make an ideal gift choice for those who love all things Brazilian.
- Printed on high quality Matt Poster paper (230gsm)
- Paper dimensions: 59.4cm (height) x 42cm (width)
- Drawn using fine liner pens
- Colour added with Promarker pens
This Rio de Janeiro A2 print print costs £110, not including shipping .
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|EUROPE||Royal Mail International Track & Signed For||£14.60|
|WORLD ZONE 1||Royal Mail International Track & Signed For||£19.10|
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For framing purposes, this print requires a frame with the following minimum dimensions: 59.4cm (height) x 42cm (width). Please note that The Gingerist does not offer a framing service. If you need to purchase a frame, we suggest a stockist such as Ikea.