Pyramid of the Moon, Teotihuacan
Dimensions differ based on the size and frame option selected.
Accent- Unframed: 24" W x 14" H, Framed: 25.5" W x 15.5" H
Sublime- Unframed: 48" W x 28" H, Black: 50" W x 30" H, White: 50" W x 30" H, Maple: 49.5" W x 29.5" H
This photograph is offered unframed and in three framing options: black, white, and maple mouldings in a modern cap.
Surface gloss can be maintained by using a soft cloth and specialty plastic cleaner or polish, following cleaning fluid container instructions.
Begin by gently blowing away any loose dust or dirt from the lucite surface. Using a mild soap solution or a plastic cleaner and a non-abrasive lint-free cloth, wipe the surface using light pressure. To remove grease, oil, or tar deposits use hexane or kerosene followed by a soap solution.
Fine scratches may be removed by hand polishing with a plastic polish scratch remover. Remove all residue and polish with a soft cloth.
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Robert Malmberg x St. Frank: Mexico City in Photographs
This photograph shows one of two major pyramids in the ancient city of Teotihuacan. Just outside of Mexico City, Teotihuacan was home to a pre-Aztec civilization whose influence ranged over Mesoamerica. It was taken as a double exposure on medium format film.
This photo series is a limited edition collaboration with Brooklyn-based photographer, Robert Malmberg, exploring Mexico City through the lens of the traveler. “The energy of Mexico City was at once vibrant and permeating, bursting with exotic desert plants and primary colors,” notes Malmberg. In six photographs, he presents many facets of Mexico City and the area around.
Robert Malmberg is an award-wining photographer and filmmaker specializing in studio portraiture, still life, travel, and fine art photography. He also shoots with the historic wet collodion process, combining hand mixed darkroom recipes with antique large format cameras.