“Der Porsche Sprung”: Hans Truöl – Egon Zimmermann – Porsche 356 – 1960. “The Porsche Jump”: Stefan Bogner – Aksel Lund Svindal – Porsche Taycan – 2021. A deep understanding of sporting performance and the will to success have defined the mobility of the future at Porsche from the very beginning. The new edition symbolises the Stuttgart-based sports car manufacturer’s mentality and shows how Porsche interprets sustainability – daring to take on new challenges and courageously forging ahead in order to always venture a little more than others to achieve the best solution. The jump photo over the Porsche Taycan is the modern reinterpretation of the historical black-and-white image and provides a self-confident look back at the company’s impressive corporate history.Only through the new motif with the first fully electric sports car does the typical Porsche symbiosis of tradition and innovation obtain its authentic symbolic force – which is reflected in the limited 300-edition “The Porsche Jump” dual set. Both prints are made using the silkscreen process and mounted and displayed in a solid wood frame. Once hung using the hanging set provided, they are sure to look great on any wall.
4 mm thick mount in gallery qualityExternal dimensions including frame (per picture): width: 630 mm, height: 840 mmIn a solid maplewood frameInternal dimensions of printed picture (not including the passe-partout, just the print itself): width: 440 mm, height: 620 mmLimited to 300 copiesMuseum glass, anti-glare and 70% UV protectionSilkscreen print, produced in southern GermanySolid maple wood frame: width: 25 mm (top view), depth: 33 mm (side view)With hanging set for wall hanging

Item no.: MAP05206021

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Dimensions: 33 mm x 630 mm x 840 mm
Material and care instructions
Material: Maple wood, glass, cardboard
Care Instructions: The museum glass can simply be cleaned using a microfibre cloth. The coating is durable and, if cleaned correctly, extremely long-lasting.

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