honeycup

Cute Nursery Prints, Baby Art Prints and Children's Art

Melbourne, Australia · 1883 Sales

honeycup

Cute Nursery Prints, Baby Art Prints and Children's Art

Melbourne, Australia 1883 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Announcement   Nursery art, nursery wall art, whimsical art prints, kids wall art, animal art, for kids rooms of deers, bunny rabbits, bunnies, foxes, owls, bears and other cute characters.

I was a web designer but now I am trying my hand at illustrating full-time.

I was lucky enough to have my illustrations in the movie 'What Maisie Knew', and featured in a number of baby magazines.

But most of I am happy to say, my work sits proudly in the homes of families who really enjoy my work :) What could be better than that?
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I have a blog http://ammiki.com/blog
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I also do wholesale! Contact me directly for a wholesale list.
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I sell modern art prints at http://www.etsy.com/shop/AMMIKI
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Announcement

Nursery art, nursery wall art, whimsical art prints, kids wall art, animal art, for kids rooms of deers, bunny rabbits, bunnies, foxes, owls, bears and other cute characters.

I was a web designer but now I am trying my hand at illustrating full-time.

I was lucky enough to have my illustrations in the movie 'What Maisie Knew', and featured in a number of baby magazines.

But most of I am happy to say, my work sits proudly in the homes of families who really enjoy my work :) What could be better than that?
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I have a blog http://ammiki.com/blog
_______________________________

I also do wholesale! Contact me directly for a wholesale list.
_______________________________

I sell modern art prints at http://www.etsy.com/shop/AMMIKI
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About

Just a bit of an experimentor

This whole journey began when I started experimenting with ideas. I had a list of things that I said 'I will sit down and try', after always canning my whacky ideas. However, this time it was going to be different, I was going to try whatever ideas came to me.

It's been a very fun and educational journey, to say the least!

All my artwork is printed in-house as well as my greeting cards, which are printed, cut and packaged all by me.

I also have another etsy store, which allows me to play with my more abstract side https://www.etsy.com/shop/AMMIKI

All art prints are open editions.

Sizes come in 8x10”, A3, A2 and above.

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PURCHASING FRAMES
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Please make sure you have suitable frames before purchasing prints or you know which frames will work with my print sizes.

The birch colour frames in my photos use the IKEA RIBBA series frames which has now been discontinued. You can still get white, warm brown and black colours.

IKEA USA is the same, they only offer white, medium brown and black and you will need to check to see if they have similar sizes in the USA. I am not sure about other countries in Europe. It's best to ring IKEA directly and ask what frames/colours/sizes they stock.
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If getting an IKEA RIBBA (AUSTRALIA) frames in white, warm brown or black
http://www.ikea.com/au/en/catalog/categories/series/16456/ then below is a breakdown of how the prints fit in their frames:

-21x30 cm frame, this will fit an A4 print without any mount inside (so picture will go right to the edges of frames, like in my photos).

-30x40 cm frame, this will fit an A4 print with a mount/mat inside it.

-40x50 cm frame - This will fit an A3 print but will have the mount/mat inside the frame. In addition this will fit a 40x50cm print without any mount inside (so picture will go right to the edges of frames, like in my photos).

-50x70 cm frame - this will fit an 40x50cm print with a mount/mat inside it.
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COUNTRY ROAD AUSTRALIA also have nice quality A3 wooden frames (please check link to see that they still stock them) http://www.countryroad.com.au/shop/home/home-accessories/frames/adler-a3-frame-60159168-1

Now for A2 print sizes I cannot recommend a particular off the shelf frame. However, you could buy a large off the shelf frame and get a custom mount made at a picture framer. For example you could purchase the IKEA 50x70cm frame and take out the inside mount and go to a picture framer and ask them to make a custom mount/mat based on an A2 print.

Otherwise you might have to get a custom frame made.

8x10" prints are pretty standard print sizes and can easily get frames for them
11x14" are pretty standard print sizes and can easily get frames for them

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    Relatively new to illustration, loves to experiment.

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Last updated on Aug 5, 2016
Frequently asked questions

Framing Suggestions

Please feel free to message me and I can send you more information on frame suggestions and sizes.

Please make sure you have suitable frames before purchasing prints or you know which frames will work with my print sizes.

Do Prints Come Framed?

Unfortunately I do not offer framed prints, due to the shipping costs and the high likelihood of glass breaking.

However, I am happy to offer suggestions in off the shelf framing. Please message me for more info.

Wholesale availability

Yes, I offer wholesale. Contact me for more details.

Fine Art Printing - What is it?

I use fine art printing (otherwise known as Giclée) which means that I use fade-resistant, archival inks (pigment-based), and the paper is archival museum quality paper. Meaning prints should not fade for a very long time (usually 100 years), under the right conditions.

A normal print out of a basic printer will probably last 5 years or so.

Care instructions

Sometimes you will come across dust particles on paper. As I use a fine art paper, the paper can't be treated the same way as normal everyday paper.

Avoid using erasers to remove any dust as it will scuff the paper. Just lightly use clean hands and swipe paper lightly to remove any dust.

If you need to trim print, cover print with a plain piece of paper over the top before trimming, to avoid scratching paper.