Limited Edition prints & frames

A note on colour

While every effort is made to show the images on this site accurately, and produce prints that are as faithful as possible to the digital files, the colours in prints can vary from those files. Computer screens are light sources, made up of red, green and blue pixels (RGB), resulting in vibrant, saturated colours. Prints are made using inks or dyes consisting of cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK), and are viewed by reflected, rather than transmitted, light. The CMYK process can only reproduce a range of colours that is smaller than RGB, so some small variations are inevitable.

Limited Edition prints

Taipa #16 print

Unframed print

All images of unframed and framed prints on this site are digital composites and are intended for visual representations of appearance only.

Please note: your print will not have the copyright watermarks visible in these representations, which are for internet security only.

Prints in this portfolio are produced in strictly Limited Editions of 28. They are made using Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm 100% cotton rag paper and archival pigment-based inks. Each print is titled, signed, numbered and dated by the artist, and supplied with a holographic security label and a Certificate of Authenticity.

With proper care, these prints will last for at least a century without noticeable change. Traditional framing, behind glass with acid-free materials, will protect the inks and paper from atmospheric contaminants. Prints should always be displayed out of direct sunlight or other sources of strong UV radiation. However, as we have no control over the conditions under which prints will be displayed, and as all dyes change over time, no absolute guarantee against changes can be given. Dry mounting prints prior to framing is optional but will ensure your prints remain flat and free from ripples, especially in humid climates.

Prints are available in two sizes:

V = vertical format   H = horizontal format   P = panoramic format

Prints are made with a generous border to facilitate handling, and for a gallery-quality finish when framed.

Framing

Taipa #16 framed

Framed print

Standard frames are black painted wooden profile, with a white mat and plain glass. They are constructed with acid-free materials and are supplied ready to hang. Sizes are:

V = vertical orientation   H = horizontal orientation

Frame sizes are external dimensions; all sizes are nominal.

Other frame colours and/or finishes, non-reflective or museum glass, acrylic, and custom framing can be arranged on request, quoted on an individual basis; please contact us to enquire.

Framing is normally only available for customers in Hong Kong, as shipping framed prints internationally is rarely cost-effective. However, we are happy to supply a quote for shipping on request. Please contact us with your enquiry. We offer unframed prints for overseas customers, so the framing can be carried out by your local supplier.

Delivery

Unframed prints are usually produced and despatched within a week. Please allow two weeks before despatch if framing is required.

Delivery charges include protective packaging, registration for tracking, insurance, and postage or freight charges.

Hong Kong orders
Delivery of framed prints in the Hong Kong SAR is only available by courier. Unframed prints can be delivered in Hong Kong either by courier, or (rolled in a tube only) by mail. There are two locations (Discovery Bay and Wan Chai) where you can elect to collect your prints at no charge. Installation can be arranged for a reasonable fee; please enquire.

International orders
Unframed prints prints for overseas destinations are supplied rolled in rigid, protective packaging for you to get framed by your local supplier. They can be despatched either by Hongkong Post air mail or by air freight via DHL. Allow 3-4 weeks for delivery to overseas destinations by mail. International air freight is quicker – usually about a week – but more expensive. Depending on your location, you may also have to pay import duty or VAT.

Shipping framed prints internationally is rarely cost-effective, but contact us if you would like a quote.