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Friso de Hartog protected

392700m2

of rainforest through

paintforplanet.com

Friso de Hartog

Born in 1984, Friso de Hartog is a multi-disciplinary artist with a love for biology in general and the rainforest in particular. His love for the the forests made him think of ways to help prevent their destruction. As a solution he started this platform: Paint for Planet.

He uses a variety of techniques from oil paint, and acrylics to digital photo manipulation to make his pictures.
Recently, his work has featured many planets and planetoids, in line with his mission to protect an ever growing piece of untouched planet from being lost.

prints :

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Planet Monstera

Print on paper

30

cm x

21

cm 

20

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Celestial Spring

Print on paper

30

cm x

30

cm 

25

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Planetary infantility

Print on paper

30

cm x

21

cm 

20

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Miniature meadows

Print on paper

30

cm x

21

cm 

20

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Alpha Aella

Print on paper

30

cm x

30

cm 

50

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Tropical Frog

Print on paper

30

cm x

21

cm 

15

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Global Gluttony

Print on paper

30

cm x

30

cm 

50

limited edtions :

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Wanderer I

print on paper

80

cm x

80

cm 

250

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Progressive Planetary Pixelation II

print on paper

42

cm x

42

cm 

80

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Wanderer III

print on paper

80

cm x

80

cm 

250

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Wanderer IV

Print on paper

80

cm x

80

cm 

250

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Progressive Planetary Pixelation

print on paper

42

cm x

42

cm 

80

originals:

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Daydream in orange and blue

Acrylic on canvas

50

cm x

50

cm 

750

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Wanderer I

Oil and acrylic ink on canvas

100

cm x

100

cm 

1750

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Golden Dawn

print on paper

50

cm x

50

cm 

750

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Wanderer III

Oil and acrylic ink on canvas

100

cm x

100

cm 

1750

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Progressive Planetary Pixelation

Oil and acrylic ink on canvas

80

cm x

80

cm 

1550

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Progressive Planetary Pixelation

Oil and acrylic ink on canvas

80

cm x

80

cm 

1550

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