Pohutukawa Poster

$19.95
DESCRIPTION:

The Pohutukawa Art Poster is another beautiful illustration derived from our Explore New Zealand Flashcards, emphasising the Pohutukawa tree. In the background is a sandy shore with distant hills and a cloudy sky - the typical weather conditions for New Zealand.

With its vibrant crimson flower a distinguishing feature, this tree has become an established part of the New Zealand Christmas tradition. It's an iconic Kiwi Christmas tree that has become an important symbol for New Zealanders both at home and abroad.

Take the Pohutukawa Art Poster with you on travels to have a part of home with you always, or hang it up at home as a proud representation of your Kiwi heritage. Those who have yet to discover the beauty of New Zealand's Pohutukawa trees can purchase this poster as an encouragement to visit them one day and embrace the famous beauty of them for yourself.

The poster is available with or without text, just choose from the dropdown menu.

SIZES:
Available in five different sizes (see drop-down menu above).
If you need a custom size please contact us and we'll see what we can do.

PAPER:
Epson Ultra Premium Luster Photo Paper is in between a gloss and matte finish, providing you with highly saturated, maximum ink coverage. Because of its saturation and resistance to fingerprints, luster paper is a popular choice for photographic prints.

PLEASE NOTE:
This listing is for one print only, frame and matboards are not supplied. All of our posters are printed by a professional printer using high-quality material and processes. In order to cut shipping costs and our environmental footprint these products ship directly from our printer in the US. Unlike our flashcards which we post directly from our Australian warehouse. So, if you order both prints and flashcards they will ship separately.

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