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Signed print of dandelion-pixie - 'Tix' by illustrator Petra Brown - 6" x 4" - open edition

Signed print of dandelion-pixie - 'Tix' by illustrator Petra Brown - 6" x 4" - open edition

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Orientation: Vertical
  • Framing: Unframed
  • Height: 6 Inches
  • Width: 4 Inches
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Description

'Tix' illustration of a cute dandelion-pixie. 6" x 4" signed print by illustrator Petra Brown

PRINT QUALITY
Printed on Bockingford Inkjet Watercolour paper, 190g/m² CP(NOT). Acid Free & Archival. Beautiful Random Surface Texture enhances the finished print.
Printed using genuine Canon Pixma ChromaLife100+ ink. Canon claim that these prints can last over 200 years in a photo album, approx. 40-years on display behind glass and 10-years without the glass. As with all original artworks, it would be advisable to frame behind glass and hang away from direct sunlight.
I'm really pleased with the quality of print... I think it looks like an original.

The print is a regular size- 6" x 4" so would be easy just to pop in a frame... no need for a mount.

I sign every print. All are open edition prints but if I sell more than 10 copies of an artwork then I shall alter a small detail in the artwork so the first ten will be slightly different than subsequent copies.
Returning customers will get bonus gifts as a way of saying thank you :o)

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