PAPER COLLECTIVE Kasper Nyman Cities of Basketball 01 print 50 x 70cm

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  • Paper Collective print
  • Artist: Kasper Nyman
  • Offset printed on 250g photo quality paper (archival quality, FSC certified)
  • Made in Denmark
  • 50 x 70cm
Product Code: 8206695
Ref: 241-3006396-10126

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Produced in collaboration with the Paper Collective, Danish photographer Kasper Nyman’s Cities of Basketball series was inspired quite simply by his passion for the sport and his love of travel. This particular print, depicting a hoop sitting in front of an apartment block in Hong Kong, with trees in the background, underlines the artist’s view that the courts “represent a larger culture and platform being used on a daily basis.” All prints do not come with a frame.

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