This numbered edition Canvas Print, designed by Bruce Stanfield, comes with a numbered and signed certificate of authenticity. Ready to hang, this image is printed onto a 450gsm white finish, 100% cotton canvas and stretched over 1.5” deep wood stretcher bars (3/4” for XS). Each print comes with wall hanging hardware.
This numbered edition Canvas Print, designed by Bruce Stanfield, comes with a numbered and signed certificate of authenticity. New “KIT” Canvas: Inkjet printing onto highest quality poly-cotton canvas. Archival light-fade resistant inks. Mirror edge over Aluminum stretcher bars. Includes a patented DIY stretching system and hardware to mount. Deliver in kit form.
The flag of Mexico is a vertical tricolor of green, white, and red with the national coat of arms charged in the centre of the white stripe. While the meaning of the colors has changed over time, these three colors were adopted by Mexico following independence from Spain during the country's War of Independence, and subsequent First Mexican Empire. The current flag was adopted in 1968, but the overall design has been used since 1821, when the First National Flag was created. The current law of national symbols, Law on the National Arms, Flag, and Anthem, that governs the use of the national flag has been in place since 1984. Red, white, and green are the colors of the national liberation army in Mexico. The central emblem is the Aztec pictogram for Tenochtitlan (now Mexico City), the center of the Aztec empire. It recalls the legend that inspired the Aztecs to settle on what was originally a lake-island.