The Greatest Blind End
• Size A3: 297mm x 420mm
• High quality Giclée Fine Art Print
• Printed on Hahnemühle German Fine Art Paper 305g/qm
• Edition: 50 prints
• Signed and numbered by the artist in the back
Each purchase comes with a small Risographie print.
© Rebecca Metz 2017
Giclée Fine Art Print
If you are an artist or art collector, you may already know that Giclée Fine Art Printing is the gold standard when it comes to producing museum quality prints. While many traditional printing processes use the classic CMYK 4-colour combination, Giclée printers use up to 12 non-fading and highly pigmented individual colours. As a result, there are much smoother colour transitions and a wider colour gamut. In other words, the final print has more depth and richness, which helps to create stunningly vibrant artworks. 12-colour Giclée Fine Art Prints offer truly outstanding quality reproductions. Studies have shown that the colour brilliance of Giclée Fine Art Prints can last for more than 200 years.
Info, Returns & Refunds
Each print is part of a limited edition of 50 Pieces. The price includes the print without frame nor decoration. Your print will be despatched in a thick envelope or in a thick cardboard poster roll.
Unfortunately, orders cannot be returned or refunded. If something is not to your satisfaction please let me know so I can improve my service.
Orders are shipped by regular mail. This means that there is no tracking number to track your order, but it keeps shipping costs lower and affordable for everyone. Shipping times may vary depending on the postal system in your country and other factors beyond my control. If you order during the holidays, please allow more time for the order to arrive. I am not responsible for delays or lost packages. I cannot be held responsible for errors in the postal systems of other countries. I am a small business, as you can see, my shop is very small and I cannot afford such expenses if it is not my fault. But if you have any questions about your order, please contact me!
When a package is shipped abroad, it is possible that import fees, customs duties and/or other fees imposed by the country of destination may apply. These fees are usually due when the package arrives in the destination country. The buyer pays these additional charges.