Posted November 20, 2018 05:25:42 Holy Mountain has just released its first print collection, all of which are in-house designed, hand-painted prints.
The prints feature some of the most iconic images in Australia, including iconic shots of Mount Everest, the Sydney Opera House, the Mount Tamborine and the Great Barrier Reef.
The print collection includes the iconic shots from the opening scene of The Matrix, the opening shot of The Hobbit, and a stunning rendition of the iconic shot of the Great Wall of China.
All prints in the Holy Mountain print collection feature high quality inks, hand painted in colours from the Australian Aboriginal Paintings Collection, and feature the company’s iconic image design.
The company is the proud owner of several world renowned landmarks, including Mount Tambo and Mount Tabor.
Holy Mountain is a company founded in 1998 and is located in the heart of the Mount Maunganui National Park, on the Great River in New South Wales.
The company is one of only a few in Australia to still operate from the old mining town of Lismore, and is based in a remote, remote community on a remote mountain, just outside of the state capital Sydney.
The Holy Mountain company is a family run business, with members living and working on the property, as well as travelling all over Australia, and overseas.
“Our goal is to create an amazing and beautiful print collection of Australian artists, and in doing so, to provide a meaningful and meaningful experience for our customers,” said Andrew Cottrell, founder of Holy Mountain.
The brand has been producing high quality art prints for over two decades, and continues to strive for a sustainable future.
Holy Mountain’s latest art print collection is available for purchase through Holy Mountain Prints and in limited quantities at its stores in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.