About the Prints
How good are your FINE ART PRINTS?
All of our Fine Art Prints are categorized as giclée (‘zhee-KLAY’), which is a name for top quality fine art digital prints made on inkjet printers, capable of producing an extremely wide tonal range and colour gamut.
We print our fine art on Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper. The smooth surface and feel of Photo Rag make this paper extremely versatile. Made from 100% cotton, the acid-free fine art paper is great for printing the deepest of blacks and the most vibrant of colours, and it will not turn yellow or deteriorate over time. It has a smooth matte finish, which makes it ideal for viewing the incredibly crisp detail from any angle without a glare. The paper is archival grade, and the prints are meant to last up to 100 years. It weights 308 gsm with 0.48mm thickness.
We use ultrachrome and pigmented inks only, which don’t fade over time and have an extremely rich color gamut.
What is a limited edition print and how do I benefit from it?
We print each of our fine art prints in a limited number of copies, and we don’t do any additional prints once a limited series is sold out. This makes our prints more collectable and also increases their value over time.
All of our prints are signed and numbered, and they come with an official certificate to prove their authenticity.
Current limited print editions and paper sizes for our Fine Art Prints are:
8” x 12” limited edition of 200
12” x 24” limited edition of 200
24” x 36” limited edition of 100
36” x 48” limited edition of 100
What are the Pop Art Prints?
Pop Art Prints are artistic interpretations of the Humans of Animals world. They are printed only in one size (24x36 inch) and come in a limited series of 800. Each print is signed and numbered, and comes with an official certificate of authenticity.
Pop Art Prints are printed on super-smooth and perfectly weighted 250gsm photo paper which is imported from Germany and made by Felix Schoeller, the global leader in photo imaging and décor papers. Even better, the paper we use comes exclusively from PEFC-certified renewable forests. This superior paper, combined with the vibrant HP inks, means your Pop Art Prints will not fade for 100 years.
Do the colors of the actual prints look like the images I see on my computer?
We have tried to represent the prints accurately online. However, since the colors you see depend on your device settings, we cannot guarantee an identical match between screen images and prints on paper.