Julian Bound


$ 20.00
Vendor: Julian Bound
Product Type: Print Products

Availability: In Stock


Product Description:

Part of the Culture and Tradition Collection. Celebration: A Nepalese woman on the first day of 'Teej' festival, a three day festival for women to celebrate having their husbands in their life. Taken during the festivities in Durbar Square, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Celebration is available in digital format as well.

Creator Description: Julian Bound of Kathmandu, Nepal

Born in England, Julian Bound is a photojournalist and has lived in Asia for several years with his work featured on the BBC news, in the international press, and National Geographic.

His work focuses on the social documentary of world cultures, religions and traditions. His previous work has covered the child soldiers of the Burmese Karen National Liberation Army (K.N.L.A.), the Thailand Tsunami of 2003, the Arab Spring of 2011 in Cairo, Egypt and the Thailand political uprisings in Bangkok during the riots there of 2009 and 2014.

For more information concerning Julian's novels and photography books please follow the link below: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B0054G0UKK

His photography website: https://www.behance.net/julian_bound

You'll receive either:

  • The giclee-print poster of selected size on premium semi-matte, resin coated paper
  • The giclee-print canvas of selected size printed on a standard acid free poly/cotton blend canvas with a matte finish and .75" bar

 If you would like additional sizing options, contact info@avantdebut.com or use this form to get in touch with us. Please allow 5-7 business days for processing and shipping; Posters available to users in Asia, Australia, Canada, Europe, and Domestic U.S. only, canvases only available to Domestic U.S. currently. Frame Not included. 

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