SANBONA is a reinterpretation of an aboriginal document found at the Paris fleat market. SANBONA is named after a pioneering wildlife reserve buried deep in the Klein Karoo, our car emergedd from the Huguenot road tunnel a few hours drive to the north-east just as sunrise arrived with a bang, gilding the spectacular rock formations and then illuminating the neat vineyards, low white houses and roadside farm stalls that characterize this picturesque part of the Western Cape. Printed on 100% linen, the distressed printing technique and modern layout are visually appealing. With a great historical origin, the technique and fresh colours of this print enhance the collection.
The inset picture show a part of the full width of: 143 cm
The colours shown are not binding.
|Horizontal repeat:||90 cm|
|Vertical repeat:||72 cm|