Prints are made using Museum quality long-life archival pigment heavy weight fine-art paper. This means that with proper care your print will not deteriorate in quality through loss of colour or detail.
See aftercare for details.
Each Edition is limited to 30 and comes in 3 paper sizes:
A4. 29.7cm by 22cm
A3 42cm by 29.7cm
A2 60cm by 42cm
These prints come framed or unframed. A full price list is available on contact.
(All art work is signed and limited accordingly. )
Postage and packaging:
We endeavor to get your art work to you within 7 working days. Along with packaging your print very carefully. Should your piece arrive damaged, please contact us within ten working days and we will replace it.
We are so confident that you'll be thrilled with your purchase that we offer a,no-questions asked ten-day returns policy. You may return your purchase within ten working days for a full refund. We require that the artwork be returned in its original packaging to ensure safe shipment.
We also require that the art work is shipped by a well established courier such as TNT, DHL or Parcel Force.
If you choose to frame your print yourself, we recommend ultraviolet-resistant plexiglass.Plexiglass will not shatter and puncture your valuable art work if dropped, it is distortion free and protects from sun damage.
Never mount your print on foamcore, Instead sandwich your print between glazing and 8ply PH neutral backing board in conjunction with archival corner mounts. This allows for generous airspace between the glazing and print, producing a professional finish.
If you leave your print unframed then store flat between archival-quality paper (acidfree).
When not enjoying your print, store it in a cool, dark, dry place.
Do not leave an unprotected print in direct sun light for long periods because it will reduce the life span.
Halogen picture lights are great for looking at art work, but they to have very strong UV capability, that will accelerate the aging of your fine art, we suggest putting an ultraviolet filter on the bulb.
This all means that your future family or those you bequeath your fine art work to, will get as much pleasure out of it as you do.