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Puuung Illustration no.65 Art Print

Puuung Illustration no.65 Art Print

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This is a museum-quality giclée print on archival fine art cotton paper. It will not fade or discolor and is designed to last a lifetime.

This limited edition was designed to commemorate Puuung's 10th anniversary. Each print is individually hand-signed and numbered, adding to its uniqueness and value. You will also receive a specially crafted mini art print as a complimentary gift.

Please note that it takes 3-5 days to create and print. (These prints may be shipped separately from other items.) 

※ 한국 분들은 네이버 스마트스토어에서 구입하실 수 있습니다.

Print Details

Paper size 329 x 483 mm, Image size 251 x 312 mm

Hand-signed and numbered by Puuung.
This print includes a certificate of authenticity.

Printed on Museum-quality Hahnemühle Photo Rag® (308 gsm, 100% cotton, white, acid & lignin free) with high quality archival pigment.

Carefully wrapped and shipped in a protective hard tube. Free shipping worldwide.

Shipping

Depending on the destination, the package usually takes anywhere from 7 to 12 days to arrive from South Korea. Delivery delays can occasionally occur. If the product takes more than 14 days to arrive, please contact us at hello@puuung1.com. Shipping charges for your order will be calculated and displayed at checkout.

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    Illustration no.0065

    Getting ready to go out, 2015

    Pencil on Paper /
    Scanned and Colored with Photoshop
    251 x 312 mm

    • Puuung is an illustrator and animator based in South Korea. She believes that love emits light from small things and comes in ways that we can easily overlook in our daily lives. Thus, she captures these little moments of love, bringing them to life through her illustrations and animations.

    • Puuung's work gained international recognition when her illustrations were featured in various media worldwide in 2015. She generally starts her illustrations with pencil sketches on paper, finishing them with a digital coloring process. Some works are entirely digital. Recently, she has produced fewer illustrations, focusing more on animation, yet she remains actively engaged in both fields.