All prints are sized to match common frame sizes, both metric (cm) and imperial (inch).
Prints are available in two sizes:
SMALL ∙ 30 x 40cm ∙ 12 x 16″ ∙ 10 x available
LARGE ∙ 40 x 50cm ∙ 16 x 20” ∙ 10 x available
Sizes are cropped slightly differently.
Prints are supplied without frames. These fine art prints look best framed with glass, non-reflective if possible. For the most spectacular results, discuss your options with your local fine art framer.
If custom framing isn’t an option, there are quite a few options online that aren’t too expensive. Just find a frame that you like that fits with your surroundings.
Prints are supplied with extra 1.3cm/0.5″ white borders for framing with a mount/mat. These narrow borders mean the print stays place when mounted. Borders also help you handle the image without damaging the print.
When you frame with a mount/mat, the print appears larger in the room. The picture frame is bigger than the print and there is a white border between the image and the frame. Many frames are supplied with a mount/mat or you can buy them separately.
If you would like to frame your image without a mount (full bleed) you can either have your framer cut off the white borders or I can arrange a full bleed alternative. Get in touch via the WhatsApp chat icon, email me or book an advice call.
The colours in each image have been individually edited so they look the best to my eye and with the FujiFlex “Supergloss” printing material (read more about this remarkable photographic paper). It is very difficult to communicate this exactly on a computer as the screen uses a completely different range and system of colour than the printing method and material.
If you are hoping to match a colour very precisely, please do get in touch first – I’m happy to help you get the best possible sense of how the final print will look.
Still need help making choices for your wall art? Perhaps you’re still not sure what frame to use or even where to start with framing a print. Maybe you’re wondering what size would look best in your space. Maybe you’re considering more than one picture and you want some advice on how to best match two or three artworks. Or the right piece for a gift? I absolutely love interior design and I’m really happy to help.