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Hayal Pozanti

8 Million Tons of Plastic That Go Into the Sea Each Year
Located in New Orleans, LA
chop and artist signature. The edition was 95 impressions. Hayal Pozantı created this selection for
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

8 million tons of plastic that go into the sea each year (18-311) Signed/N print
Located in New York, NY
Hayal Pozanti 8 million tons of plastic that go into the sea each year (18-311), 2018 Three-Color
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2010s Contemporary Abstract Prints

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Lithograph, Pencil

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