Have you ever rented a camper van for a special occasion, such as a wedding, or perhaps rented one for a holiday, driving around the countryside or along the coastline living a very outdoors life? If so, we hope that you will love our yellow camper van print and that it will bring back fond memories of your special time.
From our Camper Vans Collection by artist Justine Haycox, the Yellow Camper Van is a beautiful warm and bold picture due to the bright yellow, but has a relaxed, laid back feel due to the composition of the of the elements in the sand surrounding the camper van.
The print is produced using the giclee method by an accredited printer in the UK to ensure the quality and consistency of the reproduction from the original painting. It comes with a certificate of authenticity which confirms the print is fully traceable on the UK's Artsure database, reassuring you of the quality. This is also signed by the print maker and the artist. The print is protected and presented in a conservation quality mount and backing board which is white core, acid free and ph balanced. This also means its ready for framing. You will receive the print in a clear cellophane bag for further protection.
The Yellow Camper Van print is just once of five in the collection. The other colours are blue, lime green, red and orange. The prints look fantastic on their own and paired with others from the collection. Take your pick and enjoy!
Artist: Justine Haycox
Date of Release: April 2019
Paper: Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gsm
Image Size: 150mm x 85mm
Window Mount Size: 297mm x 210mm
Ready for framing!
Certificate of Authenticity
Insitu images for visual purposes only - not to scale.
This design is also available in the following formats:
- Original Painting (Double Mounted)
- Mounted Prints - Square size 10in x 10in
- Greeting cards
Yellow Camper Van MOUNTED PRINT (A4)
We use a British Fine Art Trade Guild accredited-printer for all of our fine art giclee open edition prints. The Guild sets standards for print publishing in order to protect the interests of the public and maintain confidence in the publishing of fine art.