Mansour Bahrami dreamed about becoming a professional tennis player. The fact that he had to learn the sport playing with a pan didn't bother him. On the contrary, it made him stronger. De Revolution in Iran made it impossible to play tennis for years, but still, he did not give up on his dream. He won a ticket to Europe and ended up in Paris, where he didn't know anybody and had nothing. He lived on the street for a while, and yet, he kept on dreaming. Eventually, he was offered a wild card for Roland Garros; a chance he took with both hands. He became a professional player and proved that dreams can come true as long as you believe in them.
Museum-quality prints made on thick and durable matte paper. Each print is giclée-printed on archival, acid-free paper. Get ready for rich colors and an amazing matte finish!
Framed prints come in an alder, semi-hardwood frame:
- Alder, semi-hardwood frame from renewable forests
- 1.9cm (0.75”) thick frame
- Acrylite front protector
- White mat board (if you selected a frame with mat)
- Hanging hardware included