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What sustainability measures are taken?

Order-related production avoids the overproduction of products, their transport, storage and disposal. The prints should give pleasure in the long term due to their individuality and quality and thus distinguish themselves from 'Fast Art' (Cf. 'Fast Fashion'). In the sense of a regional strengthening I cooperate with a small established print shop in Cologne. Travel and transport distances are minimized. The print shop produces with green electricity. The products are shipped exclusively via DHL GoGreen (within germany).

Were do you ship to?

We are shipping to: Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia.

When will I receive my order?

After the order process, your personal print order will be produced and
shipped immediately. Your order should arrive after 2-10 business days.
As soon as your order is shipped, you will receive an email

My order did not arrive or arrived damaged.

Please tell me about your problem by email ( and include
your order number. I will try to find a solution as soon as possible. If
the print is faulty from the start, it will be replaced free of charge.
Remember to document the damage with a photo.

Can I cancel the order of an art print?

All prints are produced individually after the order and therefore cannot be revoked.

The ordered print differs from the image in the web store.

Screens display colors and brightness differently depending on settings and
callibration. Deviations from the image on your screen to the actual
print are so unfortunately not entirely avoidable.

Are there any recommendations for frames and glass?

It is always a good idea to select a frame specifically for a picture. The
company Boesner, which is represented throughout Germany, is
recommended here. There, in addition to frames from other manufacturers,
they also offer their own series, as well as custom-made frames. As an
orientation, I would like to mention the wooden frames Object 13, Object
17 and Quadro from Boesner. In addition, the very narrow aluminum
frames Alpha or C2 of the company Nielsen.The spatial depth
effect of the print motifs can be supported by deep frames. In
particular, by using spacer bars, which create a distance of 5-10 mm
between the glass and the paper. This distance also emphasizes the
quality of the paper used, which is particularly interesting with the
Hahnemühle paper used in the editions. In addition or alternatively, the
motif can be framed by a passe-partout, thus increasing the depth of
the image.Print and frame are completed by a good glass. Prints
with large monochrome and dark areas tend to make normal glass reflect.
Here, anti-reflective museum glass is the solution (e.g. Mirogard from
Schott). Due to the high degree of transparency, anti-reflective glass
is almost invisible, allowing for the highest quality in detail,
contrast and color imaging. Some glasses also protect against UV rays
and thus, together with acid-free papers, form the basis for images that
are as resistant to aging as possible.

What distinguishes the editions from the other prints?

Selected motifs are offered in limited editions. They are numbered and signed on the front. The print is made on high-quality Hahnemühle paper (see below).

Which paper is used?

The art prints are printed on Epson Matte Paper Heavy Weight
with a grammage of 198g/sqm. The paper has a matte very smooth surface
and is especially suitable for large monochrome (color) areas. The inks
and printers used are specially designed for this paper.The limited editions are printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308.
This thick and heavy paper is made of 100% cotton and has a very finely
structured, smooth surface with a pleasantly soft feel. The acid- and
lignin-free paper meets the highest requirements for aging resistance
and is specially designed for FineArt applications

How is the printing done?

Printing is done using the drop-on-demand 'Micro PiezoTM-' process. The inks
used are exclusively UltraChromeTM-HD and UltraChromeTM-HDX inks from
EPSON with real pigments, which are optimally matched to the ESPSON
printers used. Here, the standard CMYK colors (cyan, magenta, yellow and
black) are supplemented by four additional colors (light cyan, light
magenta, gray and light gray) to achieve finer color gradations and
better color transitions. The use of the two gray colors ("Light Black"
and "Light Light Black") results in better gradation in the gray tones,
which benefits both black-and-white and color images.