All of the images you see in my galleries are available as fine art, museum-grade prints to decorate your home or office space. I make sure to only use high-quality materials, working with local businesses to produce a fantastic physical piece of art. Each print is digitally signed on the bottom corner of the image with a custom deep-etched signature for authenticity.
Paper prints are shipped rolled and unframed; acrylic prints are shipped ready to hang. Prices do not include shipping.
When ordering, take note of the image title you'd like to purchase. Upon checkout, there is a field in the Checkout Cart window where you can add notes - please fill in the image title there.
About Fine Art Paper Prints
For a premium result, my images are printed on Canson Rag Photographique 310gsm, which is a 100% cotton museum-grade paper. Cotton papers are renowned for their archival longevity, especially when compared to wood-based papers. They are free of lignin and chemical treatment, which contributes to both conservation of the environment as well as long-term durability and colour retention. With no artificial brightening agents (OBAs), this paper will last well over 100 years without fading, discolouration or deterioration. The paper maintains a luxury rag texture, beautiful whites and boasts no reflections whilst still retaining amazing depth in contrast and colours. Paired with the latest Epson technology and premium ink, your print is sure to be a stunning piece on your wall for many decades to come.
About Acrylic Face Mount Prints
Acrylic face-mounted prints provide unmatched luminosity, contrast and saturation to the image being showcased on your wall. They are mounted onto an aluminium hanging system that makes the print appear to float off the wall, giving it a sleek borderless appearance. Finally, an acrylic print means you don't have to deal with additional framing costs - they arrive ready to hang on your desired wall.
When light hits the layer of acrylic, the reflection on the print's surface is completely different from when a print is framed with general-purpose glass. With this unique production method, the 'depth' and colour saturation of the print is optimised. As a result, the colours seem more brilliant, intense and direct, bringing a whole new dimension to the print.