Pa' Wiso Print
Pa' Wiso Print
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This print is part of my Puerto Rico collection, and is an attempt to honor my late father-in-law, Angel (Wiso). It's a photograph I took that has been processed to look like a watercolor.
Wiso's favorite family activity was to invite us all to sea food on the Puerto Rican coastline. This time: El Makito in Naguabo. He was definitely at his happiest when surrounded by the people he cared about, eating comida criolla. He was so dedicated to la isla del encanto, and so in love with its naturaleza, and it was my honor to know him. 10% of the earnings from this print will go to building the resilience of the island he so loved.
- Sustainably created through Gelato.
- The paper and frame are FSC-certified (Forest Stewardship Council) or equivalent depending on regional availability.
- Pine frame
- Matte paper is uncoated and natural white (off-white). The 250 gsm/ 110lb paper is perfect for fine art, designed to last for years without losing its original beauty.
- Print is delivered within the frame, ready to be hung directly on the wall. Hanging hardware is included.
- Shatterproof, transparent plexiglass protects the print from damage.
- With alkaline papermaking technology, this print is acid-free, meaning the pH of the pulp that is used to form the paper is above 7 (neutral). The paper is also buffered with an alkaline reserve, such as calcium carbonate, to neutralize acid compounds absorbed from the atmosphere or formed through natural aging. This ensures that your poster will last many years without any yellowing or discoloration.
- The print is free from or low in OBA (optical brightener additives). This ensures that the natural white color of the paper remains consistent under different lighting conditions. In contrast, the color of papers that contain optical brighteners can shift depending on the light source. Additionally, the color of OBA-free paper remains more consistent over time, so you can enjoy the poster for years without any shifts.
About the photograph:
August 24, 2019
Shot on Nikon d3300
ƒ/11 1/500 sec. ISO 100