My buddy Dave Rapoza turned me onto this great little company called Inprnt, who produce and ship beautiful, high quality prints.
I went ahead and ordered a bunch of my own pieces so I could inspect each image for myself and I was really bowled over by the quality and by how much care was taken in shipping them. They were individually wrapped and shipped flat in a reinforced cardboard parcel, while the poster-sized pieces were individually wrapped and carefully rolled and shipped in a thick, reinforced card-board tube with secured, plastic end caps.
The pieces are gallery-quality, no-gloss, giclée prints on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each print features a minimum 1" border.
Personally I've always hated how glossy prints interact with light, you never seem to be able to view the image without some interference and reflection. I'd always find myself saying "No, stand there. Ok, now angle your shoulder this way and block out the overhead light with your right hand, hold this towel over the window with your left hand and THEN look at it while standing on this chair." just to get the image to read halfway decent.
You don't have to worry about any of that with these prints, they read wonderfully in even low light. No glare, no reflection.
In the future I will be updating this journal with details as to when limited edition signed prints will be available and when new images become available for purchase, in addition to limited, signed editions of Magic Card prints with a signed white-back version of that print included in your order.
To find out more and to see which prints are available for sale visit my Inprnt Gallery!:
Thanks for coming by the gallery and thank you again for all the great comments and appreciation for the work, it really means a lot.