Philips HA 2751 Iron

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The iron was invented at the end of the Bronze Age, around 600 BC, by George.
Curious about its possibly true story? Read it here!

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Description

A high quality print on paper of a deconstructed Philips HA 2751 iron, with stunning detail. All the parts have been photographed separately, before they were all arranged and combined into a single, highly detailed picture.

Because of this process, bigger is really better when it comes to Deconstruction prints! In order to truly appreciate the amazing level of detail, they should be viewed as big as possible. The only limits are the size of your wall and wallet, the resolution of the original picture (all prints offered are at least 300 dpi) and the maximum paper size our printer can offer.

Even most detail pictures shown here are still not at 100% magnification. So you’re getting even more detail than you thought!

Please note that the typed text in the picture wil never be quite sharp, as it had to be enlarged quite a bit to be legible. This is no error or misprint, but an artistic choice.

Printing process

All prints are ultraHD photo prints on Fuji Crystal DP II paper, with vivid colours that will last at least 75 years. Printing is handled by White Wall. Read more about this printing process here.

Shipping

We ship prints to most of Europe, the US and Canada and a number of other countries around the world. You can calculate your shipping costs at the bottom of the cart page. For more details on shipping, check here.

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