No.07 Poster Vintage Kaketoes 50x70
This is a vintage poster of the Cockatoos, illustrated by Elizabeth Gould (1804-1841). She made these for her husband, John Gould, for his book Birds of Australia. Cockatoos belong to the order of parrots. The image portrays two cockatoos of the Inka Cockatoo species. These can be recognized by their salmon colored head and chest and red, yellow and white crests. They are originally from Australia. This standing poster is printed on high-quality machine coated paper for an extra nice quality.'
Size: 50 x 70 cm
Our posters are printed on machine coated matte, 200g/m2 laminated premium paper. By choosing matt poster paper, the colors come out very sharp. The lamination layer ensures that the poster is scratch resistant. The result is a stunning premium poster that will last for years to come.
The posters are shipped rolled up, in a sturdy cardboard tube for optimal protection.
All posters are FSC certified. This means that the paper is made with trees that come from responsibly managed forests. The label is administered by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), an international organization that promotes ecologically responsible, socially correct and economically viable forest management worldwide. All posters are digitally printed. As a result, we create much less waste than offset printing, no use of printing plates and chemicals. New trees are planted by our printer in collaboration with the Trees for All Foundation.