A framed print designed in-house illustrating Beirut, set in the 1950s just after the independence from the French mandate. Featuring blue skies, snowy mountains, butterflies, and ice cream cones, with our Beirut Girl’s eyes staring back. The word ‘Jabal’ in Arabic, meaning ‘mountains’ in English, overlays the image. The depiction highlights Lebanon’s unique climate range whereby you can swim and ski on the same day. This is a great addition to any interior, home, hotel, or restaurant space.
61x91cm is the closest print size to that of the original 70x10cm which we recommend as it maintains the characteristic of the graphics and its impact.
All our prints are digitally printed on high-quality 260gsm Epson velvet art paper sourced from Japan, providing a classic and high-end feel.
If you have a size in mind, email us at email@example.com and we will be happy to help.
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