High quality Giclée print on 265 g fine art paper created by Dorte Tuladhar for the Kinfolk Print Collection made in exclusive collaboration with ALIUM. Open edition.
Giclée is a fine art printing process combining long lasting archival inks with high quality art paper achieving prints of superior quality, light fastness and deep vibrant colors.
Dorte Tuladhar is a fine art photographer based in Copenhagen who specializes in equestrian portraiture. By working with horses for so long, she has developed a rare ability to see the rhythms and patterns that give the animals she photographs such sculptural grace. In Kinfolk’s Summer 2018 issue, her image of the elegant curve of a race horse’s neck illustrated an editorial on the medical mystery of phantom limb syndrome.
The art print is carefully packed and shipped in a protective tube.
Frame not included.
Measurements: L 40 x H 50 cm
Since 2011, Kinfolk has dedicated its magazine to stories about creativity, community and living life with intention. The same values guide its creative process, and each image considered for publication in the magazine is judged on its ability to stand alone and stand the test of time. An exciting extension of Kinfolk’s ambition to foster community and celebrate the creative talents of its contributors, The Kinfolk Print Collection brings the magazine’s most iconic and enduring editorial images off the printed page.
The collection of 10 limited edition prints was selected by the Kinfolk team in collaboration with ALIUM. Spanning architecture, art, animals and still life arrangements, The Kinfolk Print Collection introduces a series of classic artworks from Kinfolk magazine that invites pause for thought and continued contemplation.