Limited Edition Premium Print
All ArtSocket prints are 12 inches (30cm) on the short-side.
19 x 12” Print (48 x 30cm) premium print. All of our artwork is printed on superior quality archival paper made from bamboo fibers to ensure best color reproduction and lowest environmetal impact.
Giclée inks are guaranteed to be fade-free for 100 years by manufacturer.
Edition #1 of 15 Only fifteen prints will be made in this limited edition run. No prints of this edition have been sold yet. You are looking at print #1.
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Bamboo of Mt. Suthep
Doi Suthep National Park is located just west of the second major city in Thailand - Chiang Mai. This town manages to pack an enormous amount of amenities in a relatively small area and popluation. Thus attracting large amounts of talent from around the country - and the world. A cultural mecca of Thailand and one of the most livable cities on the planet.
The park itself is a fairly large mountain that's close enough to the city, ensuring that the sun sets at least an hour earlier than anywhere in the plains. It's visible virtually from any point in town and looks different every single day. Surrounded by tropical rain clouds, reflecting the rays of the sun, covered in crimson lights of the sunset. Or simply jet black as the sky with a distant point of man-made light hovering above the ground - the lit up Doi Suthep temple.
If you take a motorbike way up through the winding roads, past the temple and into the forest you will be surrounded by unbelievably green, endless jungle. Crossed with little streams and huge ravines that drop hundreds of meteres into the abyss. The gigantic bamboo growths that spring up all over the forest are perhaps the most impressive and memorable plants in the whole park. Incredibly strong, abundant, beautiful. In the wild it shows a complex, diverse, gritty character with familiar color patterns and textures of a traditional Japanese painting.