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“Manifesto 01” by Nathalie du Pasquier 

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$395.00
“Manifesto 01” by Milan-based French artist Nathalie Du Pasquier – a founding member of the Italian design and architecture group the Memphis Group – is part of a series of framed posters offered by The Wrong Shop. Founded by Sebastian Wrong, this U.K.-based company was es... More
“Manifesto 01” by Milan-based French artist Nathalie Du Pasquier – a founding member of the Italian design and architecture group the Memphis Group – is part of a series of framed posters offered by The Wrong Shop. Founded by Sebastian Wrong, this U.K.-based company was established to make unique artwork which is both affordable and well presented. “Manifesto 01” is printed on high-quality Zen Pure White paper. The frame is made by hand and arrives ready for hanging.  Less
  • Architectural forms and distinctive hues by Memphis Group founder Nathalie Du Pasquier 
  • Offset lithographic printed poster on 270gsm Zen Pure White paper detailed with high-gloss UV spot varnish
  • Framed in a handmade waxed oak frame
  • UV plexiglass helps protect the poster from fading 

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“Manifesto 01” by Nathalie du Pasquier 

Item Number: 100294956

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Dimensions
H 27" W 20" D 1"  
Product Details
- Oak frame with natural waxed finish  
- UV Plexiglass 
- 270gsm Zen Pure White paper 
- Riveted D-ring hardware and hanging cord 
Care & Maintenance
- Before cleaning, remove the framed print from the wall and place it flat on a table or other stable surface.  
- Use a soft, lint-free cloth or a soft brush to clean your frame. Harsh chemicals like ammonia, alcohol and other types of cleaners can damage frame finishes.  
- Clean Plexiglas or other acrylic-type glazing with special Plexiglas cleaner, or with a mild detergent solution, and very soft cotton cloth. Glass cleaners that contain ammonia will cause acrylic glazing to turn yellow and improper wiping will scratch most acrylic coverings.