Cambodia history – Limited Ed. 1
Limited watercolour travel diary edition in the form of a roll
Recent and older history of Cambodia
Edited in January 2016, it’s the very first travel diary created in the form of a roll for Cambodia. From the beginning I had chosen to number it at 500 copies. He is now out of stock. I had only been in Cambodia for a few months and it was these first drawings of the “classic” places to visit that allowed me to create the very first Travel Roll. We can see a travel map from Cambodia, a portrait from the S-21 genocide museum in Phnom Penh (because it is important to know the history despite its tragic outcome), an Apsara dancer (common engraving on the walls of the Angkor temples). A view of the temples of Ta Phrom, Pre Rup and the towers of Prasat Suor Prat. A tuk-tuk…. of course! And even an Amok, a typical dish in Cambodia. It is with this travel diary roll that I was able to settle down at the night market in Siem Reap to start selling my drawings as atypical souvenir of the country.
Out of stock
- Limited edition numbered by 500 copy, signed and stamped by the artist
- 100% made in Cambodia. Printing on canvas, horizontal size (152 x 17 cm, 150gr.) and rolled in a palm leaf box
- Shipping : Send from Cambodia or from France (according to the stocks available on site), 1 month minimum