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Fine Art Print

Urban Disposition

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Fine Art Print

Urban Disposition

$500.00$550.00

$500.00$550.00

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Urban Disposition is a fine art photography print that’s as moody, industrial, and gritty, as it is colorful, fascinating and alluring. Architecture photography can tell a very unique story about structures such as buildings and their relationship with the environment around them. In Urban Disposition, there’s a lot of tension between these two structures while a calming presence can also be felt. The mood that was present in the air on this warm evening in Tokyo, Japan has been beautifully and uniquely captured by photographer Aileen Sideris.

• Prints are made using environmentally friendly materials on eco-friendly printers.
• All paper prints are made on high-quality fine art archival paper.
• All metal prints come ready to hang. Metal prints are durable and naturally tear-proof.

Additional information

Size

12"x18"

Material

Paper, Metal

• Prints are made using environmentally friendly materials on eco-friendly printers.
• All paper prints are made on high-quality fine art archival paper.
• All metal prints come ready to hang. Metal prints are durable and naturally tear-proof.

Additional information

Size

12"x18"

Material

Paper, Metal

Behind the Image

Urban Disposition

Photographed on the streets of Tokyo, Japan, to me this image is a visual representation of the mood and vibe you can often feel while being part of a big city. It can be beautiful, but it can also be intense and filled with a lot of different emotions. I feel like this photograph truly captures those feelings.

Behind the Image

Urban Disposition

 Photographed on the streets of Tokyo, Japan, to me this image is a visual representation of the mood and vibe you can often feel while being part of a big city. It can be beautiful, but it can also be intense and filled with a lot of different emotions. I feel like this photograph truly captures those feelings.

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