Breakfast Beats Art Print By Timba Smits

Breakfast Beats Art Print By Timba Smits

Regular price £40.00 Sale

  • Gallery quality Giclée art print.
  • Printed on Hahnehmule Photorag 308gsm heavy-duty matt paper, made of 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free, with a natural white tone.
  • Printed using UltraChrome 10 colour pigment ink at 1440 dpi with 8 passes.
  • Sharp, vibrant print detail with an exceptional colour gamut.
  • Smudge free and non-reflective finish.
  • Ideal for framing (FRAME NOT INCLUDED).

All our art prints are produced in the UK by a Fine Art and Trade Guild award winning printer, using the best quality archival paper and pigment inks to create crisp, vibrant prints that are guaranteed not to fade for over 100 years.

Please note that each print is created to order and may take a few days to arrive (non UK deliveries will take longer). Your print will also arrive separately from the rest of your order if you are ordering other items as well. NEXT DAY SHIPPING IS NOT AVAILABLE ON ART PRINTS



Born in '79. Started finger painting bedroom walls - age 3. In grade 6 I won the class drawing competition for my sooper-rad-to-the-max drawing of RAPHAEL from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (my favorite ninja turtle). I once ate 14 hot-dogs in bread with sauce as a double dare. Funnily enough, the same year that computers were meant to BLOW UP (2000 AC) I learnt Graphic Design. In 2005 i started my own magazine: Wooden Toy quarterly - the only quarterly magazine to come out once per year! It's famous for never coming out on time. In 2008 i opened a swell art gallery called Gorker and drank enough beer to turn me off beer forever!!! In 2010 i moved 16,000km away from my sleepy hometown in Melbourne to live and work in London. LONDON IS BOSS! Blue with a bit of yellow in it is my favorite color. Next to a deep red it's even better! I live and work on a diet of art + design + illustration + type + burgers + hard work + more burgers!!! When i grow up i want to be… well… ask me when i grow up.

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