Kakapo - End Of The Line? A3 Print
Clyde railway station was once the bustling site of a booming gold trade, but was decommissioned in 1990: the station now silent and the lines lead nowhere. The mating call of the Kakapo is a loud booming that's no longer heard in the landscape. Kakapo populations have declined to approx 200 birds nationwide. Things aren't booming - it may be the end of the line.
Paper size approx. 297mm H X 420mm W.
(Also available as smaller A4 size - please see A4 Print listings).
Archival grade inks printed on 308gsm Hahnemuhle cotton paper.
Prints are made to order and are printed by a small local Dunedin printing business. All print paper sizes have a white border of unprinted paper around the image are hand signed and titled at the bottom of the page by Gabby Mckenzie. The shape of the border may vary depending on the shape/dimensions of the original artwork.
A3 prints will be sent rolled inside a cardboard postal tube.