Greeting Card - Thai Ocean
A beautiful 330gsm Fedrigoni greeting card. All cards are made with symbol gloss and gloss UV varnished to give them the ultimate quality finish. Photo taken at Phi Phi Island in Thailand.
- Made to order item
- Fedrigoni design
- Gloss UV varnished finish
- One greeting card per pack
- Price: $7.99
- Ships worldwide
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- Please allow 10 business days for worldwide delivery
- US orders: $5.99 flat rate shipping
- International orders: $20 flat rate shipping
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- Tracking info isavailable for most destinations
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For every purchase a portion of the proceeds willsupportLiving Heart Peru,a non-profit initiative to develop self-sustaining agriculture, health and education initiatives in remote, impoverished highland communities above Peru‰Ûªs Sacred Valley.‰ÛÜ
"Illusion Photograph honors photographers, artists, poets, and the world‰Ûªs philosophers. The Lost Artists, the travelers, those who understand the illusory nature of existence. Life is all but a dream, as was once written. And therefore, I chose the road less travelled.
A self taught photo artist, I would describe myself as two people in one. The first person is who I project. The mask of Beatrice; the second person, only a few truly know. We are all two people aren't we? We never really know who it is that we are? Some days, that is the most frightening thought in the world. Other days, it's the most exciting.
This project was created to share art, poetry, writing, philosophy. The big questions, that no one seems to ask. Life is Illusion. We all see what we want."
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