How are your designs printed?

We work with professional printers in Brighton and use an established high quality print method called Giclée, the French word for ‘spray’. This refers to the ink jet printing process used to produce archival standard fine art prints. We use professional, fade-resistant Epson inks and high quality paper, resulting in beautiful prints with incredibly fine detail.

What type of paper do you print on?

All of our artwork is printed on Matt Ultra 240gsm paper with a smooth surface texture.

Are all prints limited edition?

No. We now offer open edition prints too which means they won’t sell out and are even more affordable.

What is the difference between Limited Edition and Open Edition Prints

Our limited edition prints are all either editions of 50 or 100. This means that once those prints sell out they won’t be available to buy again. We add a certificate of authenticity to the back of each print with the edition number and the artist’s signature. Our open edition prints are unlimited which means they are not signed by the artist.

Where is the certificate of authentication with my limited edition print?

Our limited edition prints all come with a certificate of authenticity which features the artist signature and the edition number. These certificate stickers are stuck to the back of your print. Please note that if you order a framed print, you will not be able to see the certificate without removing the frame.

I had my eye on a print but now it’s sold out, can I still get one?

Our limited edition prints are just that, they’re limited. So once they have sold out we won’t be restocking them. We do sometimes release new editions with a similar design but in a new colour option so keep an eye on our new releases or sign up to our newsletter to be the first to discover new prints.

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