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A Vintage Beauty

A Vintage Beauty

Regular price $140.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $140.00 USD
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  • Vintage Volkswagen junkyard van photography print
  • Ready to hang photo
  • Bright picture quality

Frame Options


  • Matte canvas finish
  • Hand-stretched canvas on a real wood frame
  • High-resolution photo printing in vivid colors
  • UV-resistant inks, totally free of solvents


      • Sleek and glossy acrylic finish
      • Beautiful shimmering depth effect
      • Resistant to UV and moisture damage
      • Meticulously cut with polished edges

      Story Behind The Lens: 

      In Sarasota, nestled just off the beaten path, there's a hidden gem where old Volkswagens find a new lease on life. It's an authentic graveyard for vintage parts, and with my camera in hand, I approached the owner for permission to capture a few shots. He graciously agreed, though not without a friendly caution against opening any doors, as they were on the precarious side of staying attached. This vintage bus, adorned with fascinating elements, stands as a captivating conversation piece, a testament to the enduring charm of classic automobiles.

      Sarasota, Florida 2021

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      Photo of Jules Bakker


      Jules Bakker

      My journey in photography is a testament to the power of passion, self-discovery, and the art of learning by doing. I did not start with formal education in photography; instead, my camera quite literally fell into my lap, becoming the catalyst for my self-taught odyssey. 

      Every image I create is a celebration of this unique journey – a blend of raw talent, boundless curiosity, and an unwavering commitment to the art of photography. It is a reminder that artistic mastery is not confined to the walls of a classroom but can emerge from a genuine love for the craft and the relentless pursuit of one’s creative vision.