Landmarques Litho Artwork Print – Christ the Redeemer
The symbolic Christ the Redeemer statue as an A2 Litho print.
The Landmarque Litho print range is a unique series of print design artworks based on famous international landmarks, perfect as decor for a whole range of locations – home, hallway, community organisation or office. Great for those who want something with an international feel with a simple litho style of drawing of iconic landmarks. From the UK design firm Design by House.
The status Christ the Redeemer is of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil built in 1931 from reinforced concrete and soapstone. Considered the largest Art Deco statue in the world it is 39.6 metres tall, including its 9.5 metres pedestal, and 30 metres wide and weighs 635 tonnes and is located at the peak of the 700-metre Corcovado mountain overlooking the city. The statue has become an icon for Rio de Janeiro and Brazil.
The Landmarque Series of Prints The series of prints include: * The Eiffel Tower * The London Eye * The Sydney Opera House * The Tower of Pisa * The Taj Mahal * The Motherland Calls * Christ the Redeemer * The Angel of the North * Statue of Liberty These prints are A2 in size (420mm x 594mm) and use CMYK Litho style. The landmarque prints are limited edition designs and each print is signed by the designer and stamped ensuring their authenticity. The paper stock is EBB Horizon paper (250mic) brilliant white which is a high grade durable art paper. Each print comes safely roll packed and is ready to be framed in a frame of your choice (frame not supplied).
Inspiration for the Landmarque Series Having become interested in the stories behind some of the world’s great landmarks Design by House began to explore ways of expressing their iconic nature without succumbing to the silhouette. The results of this process lead to the ‘Landmarque’ print series; using layers of shapes and colour to recreate the familiar forms and evoke a sense of location.
About the Designer – Design by House Design By House are a creative studio based in Preston, Lancashire. Alongside their work for commercial clients, the studio produces self-initiated projects exploring the possibility of design without deadlines and objective.