This street art piece is a collaboration with Transalpino clothing company. The artwork is clearly a protest against Donald Trump's immigration policy - particularly the president's idea to build a wall between the USA and Mexico.
The piece was actually designed by Rob May (Laces Out festival). It is a parody of Pink Floyd's The Wall album artwork, originally painted by Gerald Scarfe.
This is a square print and there are 4 options for purchase:
Large (12"x12") Framed - £60
Large (12"x12") Unframed - £20
Small (8"x8") Framed - £35
Small (8"x8") Unframed - £10
The print measures 12" x 12" for the large size and 8" x 8" for the small size. The framed prints come in a simple stylish gallery type frame complete with card mounting.
All prints are on high quality photographic paper and have a lustre finish.
UK postage £1.80 or £2.95 for the unframed and £4.95 / £7.50 for the framed, collection (Liverpool City Centre) is available at no cost.
Please consider that I am a one man band at the moment. Whilst I try my best to keep a buffer of prints in stock, sometimes I run low and need to do a re-order. This occasionally means there will be delays in receiving the order, but I will update you regular if this is the case.