A whimsical, fun bright blue camper van mounted print. Its relaxed, retro vibe comes from the camper van being parked up on a beach next to a surfboard standing in the sand. Its one of five colour options in our Camper Van Collection by Justine Haycox. The bright blue combined with the iconic camper design certainly has an impact. Its also an unusual piece in that caters to all ages - it looks great in a baby's nursery or in a boys bedroom, but is also liked by surfers, hippies, campervansters and families which have perhaps owned one of these vehicles at some point or have perhaps hired and holidayed in one.
This is a fine art giclee print and has been produced on quality paper by skilled technicians. Its'already mounted and ready for framing in a style of your choice. The window mount is white core, ph neutral, acid free and of conservation quality.
All of our camper van prints come with a Certificate Of Authenticity (COA) signed by the printer and the artist so you can be assured of the quality. The mounted print is presented with the COA in a clear cellophane bag. We think it would make a fabulous gift!
The Camper Vans Collection is available in five bold colours: lime green, yellow, orange, red and this gorgeous blue. Pick your favourite colour! Or why not treat yourself to more than one - these art prints look fabulous on their own, but just as great alongside others from the collection.
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
Blue 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.