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Black Diamond, Poster

Regular price CA$7.95
Regular price Sale price CA$7.95
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Majestic mountain peaks make the perfect ski slope for anyone who's daring enough.

  • Curated Photography: original and unique print by Mattias Fredriksson
  • Prints are not framed
  • Mat not included - this poster is printed with a white border.
  • This photo features skier Anthony Bonello on the Bossons Glacier near Chamonix, France.

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    We are proud to be a member of 1% for the Planet. For each purchase made with us, 1% of the sale goes to One Tree Planted, whose mission is to reforest lands in Canada and the US. Learn more about our sustainable approach here.

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    Our Commitment

    We are proud to be a member of 1% for the Planet. For each purchase made with us, 1% of the sale goes to One Tree Planted, whose mission is to reforest lands in Canada and the US.

    Our oak frames are exclusively made of FSC-certified Forest.

    Our posters are printed on FSC certified paper that is not only partially recycled but also manufactured locally by a mill in Quebec (Canada)

    Learn more about our sustainable approach here.

    More About Our Posters

    · Our designs are modern and unique: you will only find them here!

    · Our posters are made in Canada. They are printed in Montreal’s Mile Ex district on FSC-certified premium 216 GSM smooth acid-free paper, sourced from an SFI® mill in Canada.

    · Advanced digital printing technology that gives vibrant colours.

    · Colour may differ slightly from screen to print.