Mount Lavinia Beach, Ceylon, 1948
A hope-filled, almost California-esque celebration of hedonism depicted on Mount Lavinia Beach in 1948 by CKL Samarasinghe. CKL captures both the feeling of freedom and the advent of gender equality in the air at the end of WWII and more importantly the feeling of freedom from colonial rule as 1948 was the year the British left the Island paradise forever.
These Open Edition Super A1 / Architect D-Sized unframed Posters measure 61 x 91cm / 24” x 35.8” inclusive of a 2cm / 0.8” white protective border. Specialist printed on minimum 150 GSM Matt Art Paper produced from pulp from the fastest replenishing trees since 2011, we emboss these posters with our copyright seal before shipping them worldwide in biodegradable yet highly dent resistant tubes.
We can fit up to six posters into one tube. We hope that both the tube and the poster(s) it contains will be ‘gifts for life’ for you or the friend to whom we are shipping them on your behalf.
|Artist / Production Entity:||C.K.L. Samarasinha|
|Dimensions:||61 x 91cm / 24" x 35.8"|
|With or without white border:||including 2cm / 0.8" white border|
|Location where created:||Colombo|
|Era / Date of Original Release:||1948|
The Stick No Bills® Open Edition product range consists of open-ended prints of our images ranging in size from miniature postcards to 61 x 91cm i.e. ‘Super A1’-sized posters.
While our Open Edition prints are unlimited in number, we still hold ensuring the consistency of their high quality and the sustainability of their production as of the utmost importance. No Stick No Bills® image goes on sale in printed form as either a limited or open edition print without our Creative Director first personally overseeing the proofing process with his exacting eye until perfection is achieved.
All papers used in the Open Edition range are either partially recycled and / or FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified as responsibly harvested.