Please note that although many of my older artworks are available at Imagekind, I now prepare print files of my artworks only upon request. If you see something here that you like and would like a print but can't find it at Imagekind, then please send me a request using the contact form at the bottom of the page. Thank you!
Q: Where can I buy prints of your artworks?
A: High-quality prints of my work are available from my print galleries at Imagekind.com or from Red Bubble.
Please note that if you see an image on my blog that you are interested in and can't find it at Imagekind or Redbubble, it may be that I haven't uploaded a print file. Please contact me if you are interested in purchasing or licensing any such images.
Q: What sizes are available?
A: Prints are available from Petite 8in x10in (20.3cm x 25.4cm) through Massive 56in x 44in (142cm x 112cm).
Q: What media are available?
A: A range of 10 high-quality art papers and 2 art canvases are available from my portfolio at Imagekind. From Red Bubble you can also purchase a wide range of products with my artwork printed on them, including t-shirts, mugs, calendars, cards, stationery, etc. Check it out at Red Bubble.
Q: Does the print come framed or matted?
A: No, but it can be framed with over 160 frames on offer and 140 mats to complement your framed print. Canvas prints can be done as gallery or museum wrap.
Q: Are these limited edition prints?
A: No, artwork purchased from Imagekind is offered in unlimited runs and my pricing reflects that. Most artworks have my "digital" signature on the print, but this is not a hand-signed signature.
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