In different cultures and situations, sticking your tongue out may mean something different. For example, Maori warriors do it to scare their enemies and demonstrate that they are not afraid. Meanwhile Tibetan people stick out their tongues as a sign of respect for one another.
But what does Lady Língua intend? Is she being rude, is she teasing or disgusted—or just playful?
"Lady Língua" is printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag, 320 gsm paper. This museum quality paper guarantees bright colours, deep blacks, excellent contrast and is highly resistant to ageing.
This is a limited-edition print.
Supplied with a numbered and signed certificate of authenticity.
There is a 1 cm (0.4 inch) white border around the edges of the image.
Giclée print with an archival lifespan of up to 200 years.
PRINT RUNS AS FOLLOWS
32 x 32 cm | 12.6 inch x 12.6 inch | 30 Editions
- 62 x 62 cm | 24.4 inch x 24.4 inch | 15 Editions
- Prints are shipped in extremely protective tubes.
Replaced free of charge if lost or damaged in transit.
Printing in several sizes and on other media are available. Just contact me to meet with your requirements, email@example.com