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T. Park Entering The Blue

$27.95

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T. Park Entering the Blue makes us want to dive under the blue line. How about you? DesignScapes® slide on top of your standard fluorescent ceiling light diffusers.


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  • Browse through our growing collection of over 500 designs or provide your own unique image using our custom services.
  • Easy to install. Simply place the insert on top of the fluorescent fixture’s plastic cover, or “diffuser.” Please note: DesignScapes® inserts do not replace the hard plastic diffuser on the fixture.
  • Printed with an eco-friendly water-based ink on a 5 mil lightweight, durable polyester film with UV inhibitors designed to prevent yellowing and retain rich, vibrant colors.
  • Fit most standard fluorescent fixture. (2’ x 4’: 22 3/8” x 46 1/2”). Special orders are available for 2’ x 2’, 1’ x 2’ and 1’ x 4’ fixtures.
  • Since all DesignScapes® are made to order, they are not returnable.
  • Proudly Made in U.S.A.

About The Artist

Talitha Shipman

Tom Park is an Australian photographer who grew up in Sydney. He combines his background where he was raised by sharks with his passion for photography, creating breathtaking wildlife and landscape images above and below the water. Tom's clients stem from local-owned diving businesses and tourism boards in Hawaii and on the East Coast of Australia, to global corporations such as TUSA International.

Tom loves to work with magazines, where his work has been published in international adventure, travel, and underwater magazines. While he would love to call himself a professional underwater and landscape photographer, Tom would prefer that his images and videos did the talking.

Additional Information

Name T. Park Entering The Blue
Condition New
SKU DSC-2X4-000247

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