13X17 inch giclée print.
Kid Koala's recordings were introduced to the household some years ago, the most recent one we have being "12-Bit Blues". He is described on Wikipedia as "a Canadian DJ, turntablist, musician, and an author of graphic novels". I guess that'll do, but he seems like so much more. I've loved all the recordings we have, but it was when I saw him live with Deltron 3030 at the Alix Goolden Hall in 2013 that my admiration went up a notch. Not only is he an original- a completely unique and highly creative artist- but he is also gives an energetic and supremely joyful performance. Plus he seems like a totally regular, nice guy. If you don’t know his music- you should.
Giclées are inkjet prints using pigmented inks (rather than dye-based inks) for longevity and quality of colour. The scan taken of the original artwork is highly detailed, collecting far more information than is standard for a digital print, and the paper used is archival (acid-free). A good giclée print is practically indistinguishable from the original work.