Alexandra Aubertin is living and working in Montenegro for over 7 years in the area of sustainability and resources preservation. She is living at the edge of the National Park of Skadar and her homesteading lifestyle and love of nature inspires her daily with the creation of her art works. She is also the founder of the social enterprise Znuggle and NGO Zero Waste Montenegro.
The print is packed in a thick cardboard packaging (made of recycled cardboard) and shipped by Post from Montenegro to its destination with a international tracking number that can be obtained on request.
Shipping costs in Montenegro are 5 euros per order, regardless of the number of maps ordered. For international orders, shipping costs will be displayed on the payment page.
Deliveries are made to most countries around the world (if your country is not on the list, it will say it during the purchasing process).
The first edition in A3 format is a limited series of 25 Giclée prints on premium Fine Art paper.
A Giclée print is made with pigment-based inks, archival material and a wide format printer. It is also know as “archival print” or “museum-grade printing”
A limited edition means that a fixed number of prints or impressions are produced, thus making the print more scarce, valuable, and collectible. A limited-edition refers to the number of prints that are available for that particular artwork. The number of prints in an edition is determined by the artist.
Montenegro [Crna Gora | Црна Гора] litteraly: Black Mountain, is a country in Southeastern Europe located in the Balkans and bordering Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Albania and Croatia to the northwest as well as the Adriatic Sea. There is only 621,000 people living in Montenegro.
Fine Art Paper is usually made using 100% cotton rag content, is most often acid-free and is suitable for archival purposes.
Archival inks were developed to ensure that any print made with archival inks will last for as long as possible. It has unique properties to make it resistant to weathering, fading, and wear and tear of the paper.
A map is a symbolic depiction emphasizing relationships between elements: it can represent either regions, objects or themes, and can be static or interactive. Although often depicting geography, maps may represent also real or fictional space, without regard to context or scale.