Kittie on Sep 3, 2016
This print got to me on time and came beautifully and carefully packaged! The print itself is beautifully printed. As a bonus it's of my favorite poet's bust, in one of my favorite places on this planet: Keats House. Thank you SO much for this beautiful piece, it will hang in my office for decades to come!
Laura Dieter on Nov 19, 2015
Looks great on our new photo wall. Got to us very fast. Thanks!
WDCherenzia1 on Oct 13, 2015
We love these prints. They arrived in excellent packaging and securely wrapped. The prints appear to be clean and vibrant on the paper. No smudging or finger prints. Love them. The Seller did an excellent job communicating with any questions or concerns. Thanks!
Owner, Photographer, Artist
I am a professional photographer and artist based in New Jersey and north-east England.
Assistant, Collaborator, Tea Maker
Tom is a frequent collaborator and assistant when need be, with two shops of his own here on Etsy.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Additional policies and FAQs
Although this shop is now closed (find my work at PappasBland.etsy.com) you can always reach out and contact me here.
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Frequently asked questions
The dimensions in my listings always refer to the size of the paper. This is to make it easier for buyers to know the minimum frame size needed. An 8x10 print for example will fit perfectly into an 8x10 frame with or without a white border, or you can choose to add a mat and place it in a larger frame.
With regards to the white borders, if you choose no border the image will be full bleed, meaning that an 8x10 print will result in an an 8x10 image (this usually means I have to crop my photograph to fit your chosen paper size). If you do select a white border the full printed image will be slightly smaller than the size you selected. The width of the borders range in size depending on the paper. Contact me to receive an artwork preview.
Handle your print(s) very carefully using two hands. When moving the artwork try to keep it flat, supporting it from beneath rather than holding the edges. However, do try to avoid repeated handling of your artwork.
To preserve a print's life expectancy, it should be mounted and framed using archival (acid-free) materials. A recommended method is to use photo corners to attach the print to archival board, and then affixing a window mount or ‘mat’ to that board. Avoid dry-mounting the print, and the artwork should not touch any glass.
Your artwork should be displayed on walls that avoid direct sunlight, or extremes in temperature and/or humidity. If your print is avoiding the sun’s ultraviolet rays, UV blocking glass is not essential.