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I've Seen Things...

I've Seen Things...

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If you're a fan of Blade Runner, you know the significance of the "Tears In Rain" monologue. This typographic portrait of Roy Batty created by Robotic Ewe captures that iconic moment perfectly. Made from the complete screenplay, the image features 21,550 words in the classic Roslyn Gothic font. The font was widely used on the covers of Philip K. Dick's paperbacks, giving it an authentic retro-futuristic vibe. The print is a must-have for any Blade Runner collector or fan.

Paper Description

MFA 200gsm - Museum Fine Art 200gsm.

A gently textured etching paper designed for museum-quality reproductions.

HPR 308gsm - Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm.

A heavy-duty matte paper made of 100% cotton rag with a natural white tone and excellent black saturation. It has a soft texture with a lightly defined felt structure.

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Everything is printed and despatched by our production partner from the USA, UK and mainland Europe. This reduces delivery times, shipping costs and helps avoid customs taxes.

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