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Ed Fladung, Hamaca Maya

Fresh Words Market

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Ed Fladung, Hamaca Maya
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Ed Fladung, Hamaca Maya

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Artist:
Ed Fladung
Materials:
archival ink-jet print on ultra premium canvas
Frame details:
reclaimed ship wood from the Pacific coast
Dimensions:
24" x 20"
Frame finish:
natural

Why We Love This

In striking black and white, photographer Ed Fladung highlights the graphic beauty of painted signs and murals on a stone wall. The image is printed on canvas and framed with two bars made of reclaimed ship wood that was collected on the Pacific coast. The warm, natural wood provides a beautiful complement to the black-and-white image.
Photographer Ed Fladung, an avid skateboarder and surfer, grew up in New York and California. After a career in LA as a sought-after graphic designer, he moved to the Pacific coast of Mexico, where surfing and photography took hold of his heart, and never looked back. Fladung first began taking photos to complement his blog, but soon the photos began to tell their own story. His images perfectly capture the quintessential surf culture of California and Mexico. Fladung still lives in Mexico with his wife and son, Luca, and still chases the waves daily.

About Fresh Words Market

Fresh Words Market marries a breezy modern aesthetic with uplifting, positive messaging that will inspire and appeal to kids and adults alike. And they're more than just words. Fresh Words believes that great art coupled with the passion to help those in need can change the world, so the company donates 10% of the proceeds for every print sold to women- and children-focused initiatives around the world.