On July 23, 1959, the Nicaraguan National Guard killed 4 students and injured over 60 others during a protest for democracy. Within 2 years, a revolution had begun that would last almost 30 years. This same fight has resurfaced time and time again, the country still searching for unity. Some years ago, a memorial to this day was erected beside the public basketball court and this is a great example of why public courts are so awesome. This one is such a cultural hotspot, often busy with people playing half court ball, maybe a few skateboarders refining their tricks, perhaps a soccer match and some fantastic imagery painted on its walls, including a large mural that clearly shows the fighting in the streets, a tribute to an important and tragically historic day.
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.
203 x 203mm (paper size) 173mm (image diameter)
305 x 305mm (paper size), 265mm (image diameter)
406 x 406mm (paper size), 366mm (image diameter)