Piers Bourke - Stamp Artwork by contemporary British artist

Minimum reserve bid for this auction lot starts at 9,000 MYR 

Piers Bourke is a renowned contemporary British artist. His work can be seen in collections and galleries across 25 countries.

This unique collaged photographic print with acrylic paint and ink is a reworking of the Federated Malay State postal stamp of 1901. The stamps are part of a definitive set, depicting the beautiful Malayan tiger, that is critically endangered.

The works were created to bring awareness to this most precious species, where less than 100 hundred tigers remain in the wild in Malaysia.

Dimensions & information:
- 105(H) x 75(L) x 7(W) cm
- Weight 12kg
- Framed with plexiglass

To learn more, please visit Piers Bourke's website.

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The Datai Langkawi x Save Wild Tigers Gala Dinner (“Auction Event”) is organised by Save Wild Tigers and we, The Datai Langkawi, are the venue host of this Auction Event. This Auction Event shall be subject to the terms and conditions set out below and Save Wild Tigers shall be fully responsible and liable for all matters in connection with the Auction Event. 

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