Cybernetic Dreams - ready to hang aluminum print : Woman with futuristic cyborg enhancements

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Step into the future and elevate your room's ambiance with our captivating aluminum print wall art. Introducing our latest masterpiece: a close-up image of a woman adorned with intricate cybernetic enhancements, set against a mesmerizing sci-fi backdrop featuring a circuit board motif. Let this captivating artwork transport you to a world where technology and humanity merge in stunning harmony. Explore the intricate details of the woman's cybernetic features, each element telling a story of innovation and possibility. Transform your walls into a portal to a futuristic realm of imagination with this captivating piece of art

Visually striking, polished, and built to last - our stylish aluminum prints are designed with superior quality and a clean finish.



  • Crafted from two white aluminum layers and a black polyethylene compound core in between, our aluminum DIBOND® is lightweight yet strong, making it durable and perfect for larger art pieces. Since the aluminum DIBOND® panel is coated in white, it ensures that the white and bright areas have a faint silky gloss, which is stunning to look at.
  • The colors on this print are highly saturated, even in large monochrome areas, ensuring the artwork pops off the surface.
  • The print itself is matte and glare-free, giving it a timeless and classic look that enhances the art in a subtle and understated way.
  • Our aluminum print comes in a thickness of approximately 3mm /0.12", providing a sturdy and rigid base.
  • The direct printing technology ensures that the image is printed straight onto the surface of the aluminum DIBOND® panel, resulting in a vivid and accurate reproduction. You can be sure that the tonal gradation will be on point.
  • We've also included a hanging kit, which may vary depending on the country of fulfillment.
  • Sizes may vary slightly by region. For the US and Canada, the measurement is in inches, while for the rest of the world, it is in centimeters.

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