Paper: All prints are printed on 300+gsm 100% cotton paper, archival standard and museum grade.
Border: Each print is printed with a 6cm white border.
Certificate of Authenticity: All prints come with a certificate of authenticity.
Sizing: We have a large selection of sizes in landscape, portrait and square prints across our Print Series. Please refer to the specific sizing detailed under each print on our website.
- Standard sizes: Prints are listed online with the image size. The paper size is the image size, plus the 6cm border on each side, so an additional 12cm to each length.
- Custom sizes: On request, we can create larger sizes of prints available on our website. Please contact [email protected] if you would like to discuss options. We do not offer sizes smaller than our Medium size print.
Packaging: Each print is wrapped in butter paper, rolled and wrapped again in bubble wrap and placed within a durable heavy weight tube.
Print handling: Each print is easily creased or damaged, so please do not open your packaged print tube until you take it to your local framer.
Each print is custom framed in a white or black matt timber shadow box frame. Prints are dry-mounted and recessed with an acrylic front.
Framing dimensions are:
- 50 - 60mm deep
- 25 -30mm front profile
- Prints are recessed between 12 - 17mm
Framing Grande and Supersized prints: If purchasing an unframed Grande or Supersized print, please check with your local framer to ensure that they are able to drymount and frame works this size.
Dry-mounting: If you choose not to have your print dry-mounted in the framing process, the print will essentially be sitting loose within the frame. This means once hung, the print can move within the frame and can appear rippled.
Due to the size of our work, we recommend engaging a professional picture hanger to hang your art.
Each frame will either come with D-rings or aluminium hanging plates in the top corners and these are the points to hang the works from. Do not attach hanging wire to the frames, as this puts pressure on the corners and in-time will damage the frame.
Moving art: To preseve your frame, it is important to avoid any unnecessary handling or movement of framed prints. If you need to move the works, please ensure that two people do this, keep it upright and do not carry the works form the top or sides only. Avoid any twisting of the framed prints, as this can damage, the corners of the frame.
Cleaning: We do not recommend cleaning your art work routinely; only clean when required to remove any marks or fingerprints, and only cleant the affected area.
First, gently dust the works with a soft feather duster or lint-free cloth before cleaning. Then, use a soft lint-free cloth and a very small amount of water to dampen the cloth. Apply the cloth and then dry the area with another dry, soft lint-free cloth immediately.
Heating and cooling: In warmer climates or if the framed works are placed above or near a heater or air-conditioning unit, condensation can occur inside the face of the acrylic front due toprolonged changes in temperature. If this does occur, it will not damage your print if it is framed with the print recessed, as the water does not touch the print and the condensation will evaporate.