Barcelona tiles print | Abstract black and white wall art
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This geometric shapes art print is part of a collection of abstract illustration wall art, inspired by Barcelona and its modernist hydraulic tiles with a modern interpretation of vintage geometric aesthetic. Whether you are looking for minimalist black and white art, geometric shapes art, Barcelona posters for bedroom, abstract living room prints or retro abstract kitchen art, you'll find the perfect addition to your gallery wall. This neutral abstract paintings make a wonderful addition to any room in your home.
Archival art print created from original hand drawn illustration by Marion Dönneweg.
• Archival quality Giclée print
• Custom printed in USA, EU, Canada and Australia
• 8 Epson UltraChrome HDR pigment inks
• Fade resistant (75+ year color guarantee)
• Archival premium-quality heavyweight matte paper
• 190 gsm
• Frame not included
• Carefully hand rolled in protective tissue paper and shipped in extra thick cardboard tubes.
Processing time: 3-7 business days.
Flat rate shipping to US / EU / CA / AUS: 4€
Rest of the world: 10€
All orders include tracking.
Custom printed in USA, EU, Canada and Australia. Your order will be shipped from the closest facility with faster shipping times, lower custom fees and reduced CO2 emissions.
Some sizes are not available in all countries and will be shipped from the closest destination.
Please note that you are responsible for any duties or taxes that may apply.
Make your home bright and happy with cool design
Just Cool Design creates cool illustration wall art that brings a fun, contemporary twist to any room in your home. From colorful graphic art prints to bold quote posters, you’ll find something that will reflect your style and personality. Let me help you make your happy home feel even happier — upbeat, positive, and just cool.
Because what’s better than looking at things that make you feel good?
— Marion Dönneweg