The Samuel Beckett Bridge was built in 2009 and is the second youngest bridge in Dublin. The bridge takes the name of Samuel Beckett, a Dublin native who won a Nobel Prize in literature and was designed by famed architect Santiago Calatrava who built it in the shape of a harp.
This Dublin landscape photography picture is printed directly on aluminium using top-grade UV fine art inks.
Colours are highly saturated, even in large monochrome sections. Good tonal gradation ensures accurate reproduction. Direct prints on aluminium are matte and glare-free, but the whites and bright areas have a faint, silky gloss.
– Aluminium dibond 3mm with a white coating
– Printed directly on the aluminium using a modern, 7-color technique and top-grade UV Inks
– Good tonal gradation ensures accurate reproduction
– Matte and glare-free
– Includes aluminium hanging rails
*Multiple framing options and larger sizes are available. Please email me for further information and to discuss your options.