Oil based ink printed on recycled A3 Fabriano paper. Stamped and signed by Beth Fraser.
Pachuco represents the pride found amongst the Mexican-American people of 1930's Los Angeles. Defining their own culture by clashing American tailoring with that of their own, often resulting in large statement pieces which resulted in the Zoot suit. The Pachuco print is part of a limited run of 50.
Pachuco can be seen here mounted into a black A4 window within an A1 frame. Alos pictured is the print framed to size for comparison.
*Due to the nature of lino printing, prints may vary. Prints contain imperfections.*
All prints are now packaged in a recyclable postal tube. The internal packaging includes eco printed tissue paper, padding is news print in an effort to keep p&p as plastic free as possible. All lino prints are shipped tracked.
Please note: As with any indoor artwork, avoid exposure to direct sunlight to preserve the colours of the artworks. All artworks are secured with permanent adhesive, please be aware due to the nature of collaged pieces slight curling may appear around the edges of applied papers. It is advised that artwork be framed behind glass. The artwork is intended for the sole purpose stated, no recreations are to be made. Ownership of the design lies with the artist. ©