Golden ice


Sebastian Drews

this shot was taken at Jökulsarlon glacier lagoon – Iceland, in February 2016

Artist Sebastian Drews
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Fine Art Print - Enchanced Matte Art

This museum-quality paper is extremely consistent and works perfectly with large, full colour graphics, photographs or illustrations.

Premium quality art print with a smooth and clean finish. The matte finish emphasises different highlights and tones in the source artworks; helping to create stunning works of art.

Wooden Prints

Our wooden prints are printed on the highest quality Finnish Birch Plywood from sustainable sources. All wooden prints comes with built in hanging system.

Notice that color tones of the final print can differ from the pictures show at the website and the pattern of the wood varies between every print. Every print we produce is one of its kind due to the ever-changing patterns in the wood. Wood glows beautifully through, in the light areas of the picture.

Framed prints

Our framed prints combine the best quality materials with the highest levels of craftsmanship. All framed prints are delivered fully strung, ready for hanging and with premium photographic paper with a satin lustre finish.

The lustre finish provides a subtle pearl-like texture. Supporting deeper colour-saturation than matt papers, this paper produces impressive colour depth and strikingly intense blacks.

Sebastian Drews (@sdxfotografie) loves cold waters. You will normally find him taking pictures with freezing temperatures in Iceland, Denmark or France during winter time. He’ll be happy and stoked in the water when there are waves. Apart from taking pictures of surfers, he has a passion for photographing waves in all kind of shapes and sizes.

But also outside of the water, Sebastian is constantly seeking for natural compositions, dimensions and light – he wants to show people that there’s another world out there than pictures of food and selfies.

Sebastian Drews is also giving workshops and has exhibited his art for several years during the surf & skate festivals in Germany.