Paper & Print

Testing all the fine art papers available by printing the same picture, I fell in love with the paper from the German company "Hahnemühle" (type: Baryta FB 350gsm). The company has been around over 400 years and is one of the top manufactures in the world. The paper is natural without chemicals and the high capacity to absorb the ink, gives the photo a satiny impression.

The fine art printer has 12 inks instead of the regular 3, which guarantees that the colors are as intended by the photographer. You see more detail in the darkest and brightest parts, than with a regular printer. The contrast is incredible – the photo looks dimensional!

The combination of printer and paper makes the print "museum quality" and give it a longevity of 200 years. Many generations after you will see the same colors, like you do. So you can rest in peace!


SMALL                21,0 x 29,7 cm 
MEDIUM           29,7 x 42,0 cm
LARGE                42,0 x 59,4 cm

White Border

The presentation of the photo looks more elegant with a white border, which is also commonly used at photo exhibitions. Besides its visual enhancement, it can serve helping to mat a print.

Packaging & Shipping

The print lies cozy wrapped in sating paper, protected by 4 thick layers of cardboard. An elephant could step on it and it would be fine. Ok, baby elephant.
Your piece of art is shipped to anywhere in the world. Shipping is free and you will get a tracking number. The journey starts in Germany.
People living in the EU & Switzerland don’t have to pay customs. Other places might pay it, which is not common, since it will be send as a “letter”.


When you receive the print, you can mount it the classic way: frame & behind glass. I recommend you to look into the option to have the print mounted on: FOREX, DIBOND or something similar. It looks great! But that’s my personal taste. No glass necessary! The combination of fine art paper and print promises already a long life. In addition, every print is sprayed with a protective spray (from Hahnemühle) which gives the print some extra protection.