Because a sikh is not allowed to cut off his hair, the hair is held together with a turban. The turban indicates where its wearer comes from and what position he enjoys in society.
This artwork comes with our most luxurious finish. It is printed on the Durst Lambda machine and glued on a 4mm aluminum dibond plate. After this, the photo enters the specially designed, dust-free climate-controlled laboratory for 4 to 5 days and the resin is poured over it. After the work has hardened, it is cleaned and the back is provided with an aluminum suspension frame.
75 x 50 cm
Lambda fotoprint, aluminium dibond & liquid gloss
the artwork includes a suspension frame