New evo prints on sale now

Our new range of art prints are on sale now, kicking off with four full colour evo photos

Our new range of art prints are on sale now, kicking off with four full colour evo photos. These individually crafted art prints come in multiple sizes and three different product types – canvas, Chromaluxe and card. Whatever your space or budget we’ve got a print for you. Canvas is the premium option for art prints and ours are made with high quality canvas combined with solid, reinforced wood frames. Chromaluxe sublimation prints are a contemporary alternative to framed canvas or card. Images are photo-sharp and printed onto lightweight chrome that hangs flat to the wall. Our card prints are three dimensional and look just like traditional framed canvas when mounted but are much lighter in weight and come at a more affordable price.

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