Wild Prints in Durban

Including South African artworks in your office or living space brings the unique flavour of the country indoors and includes a homely feeling into your new space in another city, but we can’t all afford our own Pierneef or Goldblatt.

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Image title: An Extensive View of Farmlands by JH Pierneef (1886 – 1957)
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Image title: David Goldblatt. Sprouting mielies, Grootpan, between Delareyville and Sannieshof, North-West Province, 21 December 2002
PrintWild‘s Digital Gallery showcases exceptional local artists, then prints, frames and ships these orders to your door in South Africa with the same outstanding service and quality as their own orders. Here’s a selection of artists that continually create top quality Durban imagery if balmy warm Kwazulu-Natal artworks are what you’re after: Marck Botha
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Marck has the ability and passion to capture the unique and often dangerous perspective of the coastline for all to enjoy and experience from the safety of their own home. His ocean art hangs in many homes in offices across South Africa, his work offers a different perspective on cityscapes and provides escapism for office boardrooms. Andrew Harvard
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Photography is one of Andrew’s passions and his preferred style of meditation. It enables him to wake up long before sunrise and to be on location at first light. His favourite playground is the Golden Mile along Durban’s Beachfront and the warm Indian Ocean North and South Coast of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. Stephen Rowley
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Born and raised in Zululand, Stephen has always been attracted to the coastal lifestyle. He’s taken some of the best Ballito landscapes and made them available to purchase through Digital Gallery. Henry Starbuck
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A quote that Henry likes is by Tony Benn, “Most things in life are moments of pleasure and a lifetime of embarrassment; photography is a moment of embarrassment and a lifetime of pleasure.” His Digital Gallery collection includes a wonderful collection of soft and striking Durban imagery. Visit www.digitalgallery.co.za and browse their top SA imagery, available to print on demand in all sizes and various mediums including silverback acrylic, framed artworks and a variety of canvas products. Contact: PrintWild

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