"The Magic Bus" art print by Ian Battersby, inspired by the film "Into the Wild".
The abandoned bus on the Stampede Trail, Alaska, where Chris McCandless lived for three months in 1992.
Giclée printed on 210gsm acid-free archival paper.
All prints come unframed as standard but we can frame your prints as part of your order. Our frames are made from solid obeche wood in the UK with acrylic shatter-proof glazing for safety. Available in a white, black or oak grain finish.
Each wood frame is 22mm wide, with a wooden backboard. The frame is mount-less and supplied a hanging system on the back, all you need is a picture hook or single screw.
For our Riso prints, we also include an option for a modern slimline frame in black matt aluminium. This slim mount-less frame has a 9mm wide frame and is 19mm deep. These frames are also supplied with acrylic shatter-proof glazing and is ready to hang with a sawtooth hanger.
Unfortunately, we do not to ship frames outside of the UK.