This colorful 21 x 24-inch giclee print showcases a fun stamp from the U.S. Postal Service Aloha Shirts stamp release issued on January 19, 2012.
Nothing says “Hawai'i” like the classic Aloha shirt, which takes it name from the Hawaiian word often used as a blessing or greeting.
Celebrate the spirit of “Aloha” with this bold giclee print featuring surfers still staying ahead of the crashing waves. Art director Carl Herrman designed the Aloha Shirts stamps using photos by Ric Noyle.
Giclee (from the French word for “spray”) is a method used to create high-quality art prints with a special type of printer that delivers a fine stream of ink. Using this method results in a vivid, pure color with exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.
This beautiful stamp image is made using high-quality, pigment-based archival inks that will last a lifetime. The ink is printed on a light-weight, smooth matte surface that is made from cotton fibers and is 100% acid-free. After the printing has completed, each print is hand-trimmed to the specified size.
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