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Color Yoga Mat featuring the photograph A Clean Slate by Tom Maxwell

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A Clean Slate Yoga Mat

Tom Maxwell

by Tom Maxwell




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Product Details

Our premium yoga mats are 24" wide x 72" tall x 0.25" thick and made from natural rubber with a blended microfiber top surface.   The top of the mat has the image printed on it, and the back is solid black with textured dimples for better floor grip.

Design Details

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Care Instructions

Wash with a damp cloth and air dry.

Ships Within

2 - 3 business days

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A Clean Slate Photograph by Tom Maxwell


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Yoga Mat Tags

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Photograph Tags

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About Tom Maxwell

Tom Maxwell

My interest in photography began in the mid 80's, while firmly rooted in the age of film. That interest was rekindled with the advent of digital and I never looked back. I'm currently enrolled at the New York Institute of Photography and hoping to graduate sometime in the coming spring. My interests vary greatly from scenics to animals to architecture and many others. Still trying to define my style while not locking into a specific genre, but no matter what I'm doing I really try to keep post manipulation of the image to a minimum. I don't want people to look at my work and say, "I've been there but it sure didn't look like that." While post production lends itself nicely to certain things I don't want all my work to have a surreal feel...