There are around 1850 boat shed and beach bathing boxes around Port Phillip Bay, spread across many beaches, but nowhere are they more iconic than on Brighton Beach. They are the most accessible boxes from the city, just a short 20min train or tram ride from town and are a great example, since their owners keep them so well maintained.
I used to live just 5mins away, and would swim out and around the boating posts regularly, so I'm very familiar with the boxes there. Perhaps the most distinctive is the one painted blue with the Australian flag on its facade. But my favourite is the one with Hokusai's The Great Wave of Kanagawa' painted on the front. There's no limit to the designs and colour schemes of the boxes, so no two are exactly alike. Which of course is part of the charm...
All prints are produced from high quality scans that use embedded colour profiles to ensure that the print colours are as true as possible to the original artwork. The prints are archival quality, using the giclee printing process on 310gsm cotton rag paper that is acid-free and lignin-free.
Please note that colours may vary from what you see on your screen or computer monitor. This is due to the fact that every screen or monitor has a different capability to display colours and that we all see these colours differently.
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