A minimal abstract print with calming grey and white tones. The perfect printable, for your modern home.
1. 1 11"x14" JPG - Prints at 11x14.
2. 1 A1 JPG - Prints at A5/A4/A3/A2/A1/ 50x70cm.
3. 1 16"x20" JPG - Prints at 4x5, 8x10, 16x20 inches.
4. 1 18"x24"JPG - Prints at 6x8, 9x12, 12x16, 18x24 inches.
5. 1 24"x36" JPG - Prints at 8x12, 12x18, 16x24, 20x30, 24x36 inches.
6. Printing instructions
IMPORTANT: This listing is for a DIGITAL DOWNLOAD only, physical prints and frames are not included.
PLEASE NOTE: Each computer/tablet or phone screen displays colours differently. Therefore the colours of the images on your screen may vary slightly from the printed product.
PHYSICAL PRINTS: Please get in touch if you would like to purchase this as a print.
REFUNDS & EXCHANGES:
Digital items are not exchangeable or refundable.
USAGE & COPYRIGHT INFORMATION:
These files are for personal use only. All images, photographs, and designs were created by Inspiration Abstracts. Purchase of the files does not transfer ownership, rights for reproduction or for resale. The files are made available for personal use only and may not be distributed or used for any type of resale, licensing, or commercial use. © Inspiration Abstracts. All Rights Reserved.
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Giclée refers to the ink jet printing process used to produce beautiful archival standard fine art prints. Professional, fade-resistant inks and high quality, archival paper is used when printing all of my artwork. This gives you beautiful, fully archival prints with fine detail which will last for many years.
I recommend printing on thick, heavyweight, matte paper at approx 220 gsm or the equivalent.
For the most accurate representation of colour, it is best to use white paper with a matte finish.