Giclee printing is used for the printing of all prints, with the service being conducted by professional print makers.
Yes. I do ship worldwide
The print comes from one of my original paintings and are generally scanned at 600dpi or 1200dpi depending on painting size.
Paintings are scanned with an Epson Perfection V600 with the addition of Silverfast scanning software to get the best scanning results.
Colour profiles between monitor, scanner, and my print manufacturer are calibrated, so you can be sure to receive the highest quality Fine Art Print close to the original painting.
Further enhancements such as dust removal and noise reduction is peformed in Photoshop and Topaz Suite.
Wall art should take up 60%- 75% of the available wall space, i.e wall space that isn’t covered by furniture or moldings.
Start by measuring the width and height of your wall and then multiply them by both 0.60 and 0.75.
This will give you the range of canvas print sizes that will suit the space.
For example: If you have a blank wall that is 9 feet tall and 5 feet wide, you would multiply both 9 and 5 by 0.6 and 0.75.
The ideal height of the canvas would be between 5.4 to 6.75 and the ideal width would between 3 feet and 3.75 feet.
TIP: Placing sheets of paper on the wall where you plan to hang the painting can give you a more visual idea of the size required.
I can provide a mockup for you for no extra charge.
Simply email me a photo of the room with height and width, and I will create an insitu, to scale mockup of how the artwork would look in the desired space.
This depends on several factors such as budget and whether quality is a factor.
Purchasing a printable and printing it at home on your printer, or having it printed at the local stationary store will be slightly cheaper, however, the lifespan and quality will be greatly reduced.
This is due to using standard printing methods instead of giclée like what is used by my print suppliers, and quality of papers.
See below for visual examples of the difference between the printing methods.
Learn more about the difference between the quality in prints HERE
The Gold standard
What is Giclée Printing?
Giclée printing is the 'gold standard' of printing, It is known for the greater depth of range and colour as giclée printers use 12 individual colours, where as inkjet uses a 4 colour combination.
As a result this produces the closest replication to original paintings.