Storm Trooper Limited Edition of 40
$135.00 – $280.00
Delivered From Melbourne
Each limited edition print has an artists signature, name of artwork, edition number and stamp seal. Your limited edition will also come with a certificate of authenticity so you can be sure you have a one of a kind artwork.
Your purchase will directly be supporting the artist who dedicates their life to creating beautiful works for your enjoyment.
Mahoneys Prints Online artist canvas are 400gsm bright white cotton/poly blend with a satin finish and a 2-over 1 weave which is highly durable, water proof, and scratch resistant. Our Canvas is printed with water resistant solvent inks which are vibrant with dense blacks and bright whites. Canvas prints have a 5cm border around the prints which are suitable for stretching.
Mahoneys Prints Online use premium fine art paper that is acid free, archival textured 245 gsm Giclée paper, printed with 100 year archival light fast inks. Giclee Prints include a slight border around the image and are shipped rolled in a tube.
Giclée is a French term for the process of making fine art prints from a digital source using ink-jet printing.
Flat rate shipping across Australia for Art prints, Canvas prints and Giclee prints.
Mahoneys Prints Online offer $9.90 flat rate postage across Australia for all unframed prints and $19.90 for framed prints.
When will I receive my order?
All our framed and unframed prints will ship in approximately 3 weeks from order date. We will provide a tracking number for your order once we have sent it out.
As a framing and print store, Mahoneys Prints online offer an extensive range of framing options for all prints.
Please view our framing guide for further information on ordering a print with a frame.
We will custom make your frame specifically for your selection at our factory here in Melbourne.
General shipping information
Prints are packaged in protective tubes and framed prints are boxed carefully to ensure safe delivery.
All of our prints and unframed prints are delivered during business hours Monday to Friday. We are not able to deliver at specific times.
Tracking your Prints and Framed Prints
You will be provided a tracking number for your order once it has been dispatched.
We offer discounts for bulk orders. Please contact us for more information.
If your print arrives damaged or unfit to display, please retain the print/framed print in its original packaging and we will replace your print at no extra charge.
Please contact us within 48 hours if you have any issues with the quality of your item.
Additionally, please ensure that the item is retained in its original packaging to be eligible to obtain your replacement.
Otto Schade (also known as "Osch") is a Chilean artist and architect based in London, UK since 2006. He was born 30 October 1971 in Concepcion, Chile.
Schade has worked at architecture design companies such as Benoy, Civicart and Zaha Hadids. He also gave lectures on Design at the Southbank University in England from 2008 till 2013.
After practicing architecture for more than a decade, Schade dedicated himself to creative skills, particularly to painting. As an artist he has exhibited his work in Chile, Russia, Sweden, France, Netherlands, US, Hong Kong, Japan and Germany.
Schade’s work includes abstract, surreal and pop art. Schade came up with a quick and effective way to deliver his messages using simple 1 or 2 layer stencils, culminating in his instantly recognisable trademark Orbs.
Many of his works hold satirical messages in order to raise social awareness and reach the boundaries of human vision. This political and social commentary is often present in his practice as an urban artist and has been an inherent feature of his works, which increasingly appear as street art around the world.
Osch has painted at many art festivals such as the biggest street art festival in Europe, "Upfest" Bristol, "Sand, Sea and Spray" Blackpool, "City of Colors" Birmingham, "Wynwood" Miami US, "Sunscape" Malta, as well as "Stick Together" and "Urban Art Festival" both in Amsterdam.