Marrakech Atlas mountains Fine Art print 1 - from Vivid fragments of Morocco

Marrakech Atlas mountains Fine Art print 1 - from Vivid fragments of Morocco


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This analog travel fragment captured in Morocco is printed on 290gsm Hahnemühle Hemp fine art paper and printed with high quality archival inks to guarantee that your art prints last a lifetime without fading or loss of color.

Paper prints include a 1cm white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting. Prints are printed locally in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Please note that, due to variations amongst computer monitors, actual colors may vary slightly from what appears on your screen.

Art prints ship unframed within 8 - 10 business days in durable cardboard tube or envelope depending on the ordered size.

A personal note about Vivid fragments of Morocco:
Setting foot on the charming Moroccan area of North Africa has truly been a transformative experience.
A spiritual journey through a world where time seems to stand still. Imagine subtle flowery fragrant air whispering a warm welcome on arrival. The riad - the Moroccan home - reflecting a sense of paradise on earth. Ochre tinted sand radiating an infinite source of energy. All while being surrounded by the solid wisdom of the mountains and while the calming, yet forceful silence of the Saharan sands lure from afar.
Before my first visit back in 2016, traveling never came very natural to me. I grew up always dealing with home sickness whenever leaving the safe surroundings of home. Never before have I been able to ground myself when places were not familiar.
The exploration of this inspirited land definitely turned the tables ever since, the vibrant Moroccan energy truly uplifted my spirit since my first arrival. Despite the chaotic hustle and bustle in the medina - old town - the lively Moroccan vibration just keeps you going.
Morocco offers a wide spectrum of experiences; from the clamour in the souks to the gentle sounds of the fountains in the arched patios of the riad to the nourishing silence of the desert. These sacred experiences has led to a yearly return because the yearning of the enriching Moroccan energy has never left my spirit.
The visual fragments of these travels will proudly be collected in a future printed publication. Together with my travel companion and copywriter at Studio Joko we are developing a printed travel journal sharing our experiences; Marrakech, Morocco - A sophisticated travel essay - a visually stimulating essay that reflects how we, as a creative duo, experience the city and its surroundings. Our aim is provide guidance and inspiration for those seeking a more thoughtful and elegant travel experience.
The following selection of imagery is a tangible preview of this exploration and invites you along on this spiritual and visual journey and is shot on film in the luxurious La Palmeraie area in Marrakech, the Agafay desert, the Atlas mountains and Ouarzazate.

Why Hahnemühle Fine Art Hemp:

Hahnemühle Hemp uses one of the oldest and most diverse natural fibres in the world and is made of 60% hemp fibre. Hahnemühle Hemp is part of The Natural Line, which has a special place in the Hahnemühle Digital FineArt Collection. It focuses on FineArt inkjet papers made from unique raw materials: bamboo, hemp and agave. The plants that provide the cellulose require minimal maintenance, grow quickly and don’t need any pesticides. Their rapid growth means that more cellulose can be produced on the same cropland than with other raw materials, and they also require much less water, helping to save valuable resources and protect the environment. The FineArt inkjet paper’s base impresses with its bright white natural tone, and thanks to the bright white colour of the hemp fibres, no optical brighteners are required. The lightly textured surface gives the paper a pleasant, silky feel. The acid- and lignin-free FineArt inkjet paper meets the most exacting requirements for age resistance. Hemp was an essential part of paper production for centuries, and due to its extremely robust fibres, it has often been used for long-lasting historical documents.

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