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Sangacho de Atum



Well-known theme by artist Eric de Bruijn. Portuguese Tuna, but also sardine cans often play a role in his work.

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Kitchen walls, Sangacho de Atum

Choose one of the three sizes that best fits your kitchen walls. The material is easy to tailor to your kitchen splashback wall. If you have wall cabinets in the kitchen and you want to cover the space at the extractor hood optimally, choose the 70 cm height. You can process the material behind the kitchen cabinets or make cutouts. Use a sharp breek and a good metal cutting ruler.

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Additional information


305 x 50 cm, 305 x 70 cm, 400 x 70 cm

Packaging content

– Glue
– Test material
– Manual

Vendor Name

Eric de Bruijn

Eric de Bruijn

Eric de Bruijn was born in 1957 in the Netherlands. After his High School Studies he worked as a painter and art performer. He attended the Privat Artist Academy by Greek philosopher & artist Angelos Tassapoulos and shared studios with a variety of painters, like Saad Ali, Denny Jacobs and  Quintijn van Eijk.

His work can be best described as lyrical, abstract and figurative and is exhibited throughout all Europe and the United States. Eric  also participated in theater projects and collaborated in the publication of poetry books with famous Dutch singers like Frank Boeijen and Stef Bos. The collaboration of these two different art forms lead to beautiful results in which both lyrics and art influence and strengthen each other. Eric now lives in Lagos, Portugal and works in Spain, the Netherlands and France.


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