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Limited edition: 400


  • Print size: 38cm x 48cm

Paper quality

All prints are produced on a 310gsm 100% cotton archival fine art paper using the latest generation 10 colour pigmented ink sets. One of the most durable print processes available today, these prints can be expected to last a lifetime.


All frames are crafted in Melbourne from sustainably sourced Australian hardwoods. Each frame is carefully sanded and finished by hand. The following timber and finish combinations are available:

  • Tasmanian Oak - Natural Finish
  • Blackwood - Natural Finish
  • Tasmanian Oak - Deep Brown Finish
  • Tasmanian Oak - Satin Black Lacquer
  • Tasmanian Oak - Satin White Lacquer
  • Frame profile measures 19mm wide by 45mm deep.
  • 3mm acrylic glazing is standard on all frames with prints setback from the acrylic with 15mm spacers.

Matt Adnate (aka Adnate) is one of street art's most influential big-wall painters. His monumental works portraying indigenous children have captivated viewers around the world. Regularly commissioned by the City of Melbourne, Adnate strongly believes in giving back to the communities to which his subjects belong. This acknowledgment of indebtedness is manifested through Adnate's working with a cultural advisor, ensuring he is conscious of the sensibilities underpinning his art. Beyond the clear narrative, his style (technically based on the Italian Renaissance painting technique of chiaroscuro, utilising acrylic and spray paint) creates a sense of space and place - the harsh yet warm Australian desert.
Matt is represented by Nanda\Hobbs Contemporary in Sydney and Metro Gallery in Melbourne

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“Matt Adnate has made the street his canvas for extraordinary portraits of Australia’s first people, bringing further depth and relevance to street art.”
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