Samuel Beckett Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge in Dublin that joins Sir John Rogerson’s Quay on the south side of the River Liffey to Guild Street and North Wall Quay in the Docklands area. 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 Irish landscape photography picture is printed on premium photo paper and presented under a 2mm thick glossy acrylic glass sheet. The print displays rich colours, fine details, and clear contrasts on high-end brand-name paper.
The backing of the print is 3 mm thick aluminium dibond, which consists of two thin, platinum-white sheets of aluminium sandwiched around a black polyethylene core. The three-layered construction gives this light material long-lasting stability and prevents light from shining through.
– Printed on premium brand name photo paper
– Mounted under 2mm thick glossy acrylic glass
– Backed with 3mm thick aluminium dibond
– Hanging rails supplied
*Multiple framing options and larger sizes are available. Please contact me to discuss further.