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Albert Camus quote about foot

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Here is an illustration of the quote of Albert Camus "what I know most surely in the long run about morality and obligations, I owe to football.”, french writer of "the plague" and "the stranger" and Literature Nobel Prize.. This quote is from his posthumously published book : "The First Man" : a biographical work with some chapters dedicated to his football passion when he was a young boy. 

The whole picture is made of little drawings, based on the story "the first man" and when you put alltogether ans stepback, it makes the picture of a football player leg of the 30's with a vintage soccer ball (the kind of equipment Albert Camus used to have to play soccer) !

Have a closer look to his boat and you will see plenty of details about "the writer and footballer" :

  • Alger in the 30's
  • Albert grew up poor and educated by his grand mother
  • Good student, his favorite time at school were at noon and 4pm : soccer time !
  • Rich or poor, educated or not : "football is for everyone"
  • He couldn't afford new shoes so he decided to play as goalkeeper
  • He plays for the Alger Racing Club but left at 17 because of tuberculosis
  • Forced to quit Sports, he dedicate his life to literature

Hand-drawn and printed on matt art paper. Easy to frame, this hand-signed and numbered print will be a great discussion starter!

/ About /

- Hand signed and hand numbered at the front
- Open Edition giclée print.
- Printed on high quality 210 gsm paper or 120 gsm for rolled pictures
- Frame not included
- Fast processing, i go to the post office every day.

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I try to keep fares simple and easy so I propose 2 options

- Standard shipping
- Priority Mail with tracking.

Whatever the size of the print or number, this is a flat rate.

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Shipping Policy

National (France)

  • 2 € standard shipping (48-72h)
  • 4,50 € for tracked item

  • Europe / World

  • 5,50 standard shipping (7-8 days)
  • 7,50 priority + tracking (5- 6 days)


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    Isolated and rural areas may take longer.

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    - Mondial Relay is now available as a delivery method (4.50€ flat rate)


    I use différent packaging as prints sizes comes in various format. Following my experience of shipping Worldwide i've set up a dedicated packaging for each print size : combining theses two elements : light-weight and sturdy.

    drawinside packaging postal tube flat parcel

    20x20cm and A4 prints

    I use a flat shipping method for theses Small size prints. Print is protected by a crystal slip, packed within a cardboard protection, then inserted into a cardboard enveloppe.

    30x30cm and A3 prints

    I use also a flat shipping method for theses medium size prints. Print is protected by a crystal slip, packed within two layers of cardboard, then inserted into a large calendar enveloppe or Vinyl cardboard mailer for square sizes.

    A2, 50x70cm and A1

    The larger prints are shipped within postal tubes, and cardboard protection (it make them going faster in the postal services compare to rolling postal tubes).

    In order to roll them without damaging the paper, pictures are printed on a lighter 120gsm  paper.

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