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Material

IXXI is printed on high-quality synthetic paper with a matte finish. The cards are 0.33mms thick, do not warp and are water and UV resistant. Your IXXI is custom-made quality.

Prices and shipment
IXXI is available from € 29,95 (40 x 60 cm / 6 cards). The price of your IXXI is instantly shown in the first step of the design tool. Shipment starts at € 3,95 and your IXXI will be home delivered within 3 - 5 working days!

About IXXI
With IXXI you can easily create your own personal wall decoration in any size you want. This high-quality product, consisting of cards and connectors, offers endless possibilities in images, shape and size. Affordable - ánd Dutch - Design! Check out our story here.

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Awards

  • Nomination Dutch Design Award 2010
  • Winner European Design Award 2018
  • Nomination German Design Award 2019
  • Winner Dutch Interactive Award

Corporate Social Responsibility

  • IXXI is sustainable
  • IXXI manufactures ethically
  • IXXI values good relationships
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Audubon

About Audubon

The artist of colourful flora and fauna!

The artist of colourful flora and fauna!

Jean-Jacques Audubon was born in Haiti and grew up in France. In order to avoid military service, he departed for the United States in 1803, where he changed his name to John James Audubon. As an artist, Audubon primarily painted colourful flora and fauna. His love of animals and principally birds can be clearly seen in his Birds of America collection. His works can now be seen in the National History Museum and the Teylers Museum.

Jean-Jacques Audubon was born in Haiti and grew up in France. In order to avoid military service, he departed for the United States in 1803, where he changed his name to John James Audubon. As an artist, Audubon primarily painted colourful flora and fauna. His love of animals and principally birds can be clearly seen in his Birds of America collection. His works can now be seen in the National History Museum and the Teylers Museum.