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Lion Art Print

$15.00

In observance of Earth Day, we are offering a limited edition letterpress print designed by Javier García to help fund the research and conservation of wild cats. We hope you can help us reach our goal by buying a print or by sharing our project. Everything helps. All proceeds will be donated to The Bay Area Puma Project via The Felidae Conservation Fund.

Size: 5″ x 7″
Design: Javier García
Printer: The Weekend Press
Edition: 100

Due to the printing process, each print varies slightly. It is hand numbered individually. Orders will be shipped on Saturdays.

©Copyright Javier Garcia.

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In observance of Earth Day, we are offering a limited edition letterpress print designed by Javier García to help fund the research and conservation of wild cats. We hope you can help us reach our goal by buying a print or by sharing our project. Everything helps. All proceeds will be donated to The Bay Area Puma Project via The Felidae Conservation Fund.

This is a limited edition postcard size print, it is printed using a 2 ink split fountain on letterpress. Letterpress is a printing process in which the image leaves an impression into the paper visible to the eye and to the touch.

Size: 5″ x 7″
Paper: Savoy Bright White
Print method: Letterpress
Design: Javier García
Printer: The Weekend Press

An edition of 100 printed in two inks. Due to the printing process, each print varies slightly. It is hand numbered individually. Orders will be shipped on Saturdays.

This listing is for one print. Ready to frame size. Can either fit a 5×7 frame or an 8×10 with a matted frame opening of 5×7. Frame not included. Does not come framed.

© Copyright Javier Garcia. Copyright does not transfer with the sale of this print and the buyer is not entitled to reproduction rights.

About The Felidae Conservation Fund.
The Felidae organization is a resourceful, passionate and dedicated team of conservationists who are working to safeguard global ecosystems, with felid species as natural world guardians.

The Bay Area Puma Project (BAPP) is the first largescale research, education and conservation program for pumas in and around the San Francisco Bay Area. It’s main goal is to increase knowledge and awareness about Bay Area puma populations, in order to promote better co-existence between humans and pumas in the region.

Additional information

Weight 1 oz
Dimensions 8 × 6 × 1 in
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