With the ocean as a canvas and the island as an artwork we tried to capture the beauty and shape of the island in a minimalistic black and white print without roads, streets and other distractions.
Halmahera is one of the North Moluccan Islands. In the 16th century the Moluccan Islands were a colony of Portugal and later on of the Netherlands. The influences of these countries are nowadays still visible. Portuguese words in the Moluccan language (Malay) and there are still Dutch VOC forts on the Moluccan Islands.
Halmahera is also a volcano island. Dukono is an active volcano at the north end of the island. Mount Ibu is an active volcano on the island's northwest coast.
- Black digital print
- 240gr Lessebo Design/smooth natural paper
- 297mm x 420mm
- Frame not included