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Tasmanian #2 | poster
It is not possible to run a store without leaving its mark on the environment. But there is no reson not to leave as few marks as possible.
That's why we print on FSC-labeled environmental paper and only use wooden frames made of FSC-labeled wood. It is your assurance that the products come from sustainable production
We print in Denmark and your posters will only be printed when you order. In addition, we only use water-based pigment inks that have a very long shelf life.
At PLAKATfar, it's not about selling as many posters as possible. Every single motif is therefore carefully selected and processed, by ourselves.
We print exclusively on 230 gr. matt paper. It may not tell you much, but when you have it in your hands, you have no doubt about the quality. The strong paper ensures that the posters do not curl in the frame.
Our frames are made of the best materials, and in a high quality level. The wooden frames are of course made of solid wood, which gives you both a beautiful vivid framing of your pictures, and our oak frames will fill your living room with the scent of freshly cut wood.
"We are not the cheapest on the market - but you will love our quality and customer service"
At PLAKATfar we have always delivered extremely high customer service. Simply because it is the only right thing to do. It should be nice and easy to shop with PLAKATfar, even if you regret your purchase.
We never ask our customers for reviews, but are very touched by the great reviews we get anyway, every now and then. You can read them by clicking below
PLAKATfar is a small Danish poster and picture shop that only sells unique own productions. The shop is 100% our own - Agnete Lønstrup and Niels Kliim, so we can do what we want - and we do ;)
We use FSC certified wood
It ensures sustainable forestry
We print on heavy 230 gr. Paper
Then your posters will not curl
We print with dye ink
Then your posters will not fade
FSC certified wood ensures sustainability
230 gr. paper, meaning no curled posters
On our trip to Sydney in the fall of 2018, we visited quite a few of the countless nature parks located in and just outside the city. One of the most beautiful is the one located on North Head, which is connected to the Manly district, on the north side of Sydney Harbor.
For a native Australian it is not certain that it is such an exciting park, but for us tourists there is an absolutely fantastic and different animal and plant life. Here we saw some colorful parrots and other exotic birds, just as we came across a proper bass of a hedgehog that made our son jump up in the air in fright - he is 25 years old 😀
The park stretches up to the outermost point, right where Sydney Harbor becomes the Tasman Sea, and here a large platform has been built from which it is possible to spot humpback whales when it is season for the big animals to swim either south. for the summer, or north to overwinter.
From the lookout point there is also a nice look down to the sea surface, far below, where the waves hit the vertical cliff sides, and that is exactly the look I
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