The superb, vibrant, hard-hitting, political satire of renowned Shan artist Harn Lay is brought to life with the style and quality of a professionally framed print, and the personal signature of the artist.
Born and raised in Burma’s ethnic Shan state, Harn Lay now works in exile with The Irrawaddy magazine as illustrator and cartoonist. He was recently awarded the Human Rights Watch 2010 Hellman/Hammett grant for his political cartoons and art penned against the Burmese military regime.
For a bold, engaging statement on Burma the Harn Lay framed print is a distinctive gift or an exclusive personal art piece.
The print comes framed with our premium light-wood frame complete with black gloss finish in A4 size (210 x 297 mm or 8.3 x 11.7 in). All framed prints are sent within 7 business days and arrive "ready to hang" on the wall of your home, office, community hall or gallery.