Hexagon Alu-Dibond Rivers - The Whale shark
The British illustrator Henry Rivers makes old from new: his graphic motifs are inspired by earlier travel posters and is now presented in a modern freshness. The depictions are minimalist and kept in cool, refreshing colors. Rivers has selected the most popular metropolis in the world and created it in a great mix of retro style and modern art.??The whale shark is a very impressive marine animal. He is the largest shark and at the same time the largest fish in the sea. But the lady need not be afraid of the whale shark. Whale sharks prefer to feed on plankton and microorganisms. In the north of Western Australia even snorkelling trips with the giants are offered.??Create a unique gallery on your wall with our Hexagon murals. Our honeycomb or hexagon-shaped murals can be a trendy eyecatcher in your home. The individual decorative elements can not only be arranged arbitrarily, but also expanded at any time. Not only a variety of motifs serve you, but also a variety of different materials. Whether for example wood, aluminum dibond with metallic effects or wall tattoos - there are no limits to the design ideas here.??With a material thickness of 3 mm, the slim design gets a noble gallery character. The aluminum plates are composed of two 0.3 mm thick aluminum layers and a hardened plastic core, which gives the plates high stability, durability and dimensional stability.??The aluminum-dibond hexagon is available in different sizes.
- Optionally you can choose a pre-mounted wall mount.
- The hexagon wall decorations are available in different sizes.
- 3 mm (1/8") thick.
Our Aluminium Dibond Hexagons are made out of 3mm thick Alu-Dibond.
- 3 mm thick
- UV- and weather resistant. Suitable for both in- and outdoors
- Bend- and scratch resistant
- The easy to apply self-adhesive spacers add to a floating effect on your wall
- Easy to hang with applied wall hangers
Our high quality 3mm thick aluminium wall decorations are supplied with wall hanger (optional) and self adhesive spacers.