Cities of Basketball 09 (San Francisco) / Kasper Nyman, 30x40cm
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Cities of Basketball 09 (San Francisco)
Designer: Kasper Nyman
About the work:
Originally, the idea of "Cities of Basketball" was born out of a love of travel and a great passion for basketball, but quickly developed into a never-ending journey in documenting basketball in cities around the world. The squares photographed not only reveal their aesthetic appearance, but also represent history and different cultures. Nyman believes the project will never end and it will not have a deadline because "Basketball never stops ”.
Born and raised in northern Denmark, Kasper Nyman always wanted to be creative. He works in the field of motion graphics and focuses on global thinking, with the aim of creating something extraordinary in the ordinary world.
The picture frame is sold separately, you will find a selection from here.
An image purchased without a frame is transported rolled in a strong cardboard tube.
MATERIAL: FSC sustainable label, acid free 200g uncoated paper. Made in Denmark with Swan certification.
DELIVERY TIME: predicted 3-4 weeks