Frequently Asked Questions

How are prints sized?

Our prints are supplied in centimetres or inches depending upon our manufacturing partners in the Country in which you are ordering.

In the United Kingdom and the EU our photographs and framed and mounted prints are supplied in centimetres, while in Australia and the United States they are supplied in inches.

Canvases are supplied in inches worldwide.

For metallic panoramas: size indicates the size of the entire picture
(the image size), as it is printed right up to the edge of the dibond
(there is no boarder around the edge).

Why are different prints available in different sizes?

The sizes that a picture is available in depends upon the resolution of
the image, and the aspect ratio. Not all pictures are available in all
sizes. We work hard to make sure that images are available tin sizes
that work for the image, and ensure that it remains a quality print.

Where are pictures printed and framed?

Pictures are printed and/or hand framed at your closest print
laboratory. This could be within the UK, EU, USA, Australia or New
Zealand depending upon where in the world you are ordering from.

How do I hang my picture?

Framed and mounted prints are delivered ready to hang, which means that they have built-in picture hooks attached to the back of the frame.

What are panoramas made from?

Panoramas are printed on 3mm dibond, which is a composite of two sheets or aluminum with a plastic core.

How long will more order take to arrive?

UK Customers: please allow 5 working days for your order to be
delivered. Rest of World: please allow 10 working days for your order to
be delivered.

Do you offer a local collection service?

All pictures are made to order by our suppliers and shipped straight
from them to you. For this reason we cannot offer a local collection

My picture have been delivered damaged, what should I do?

Despite the best packaging, pictures are occasionally damaged while
being shipped and delivered. If your picture is delivered damaged, then
please photograph the damage and send the pictures to so that we can organise a replacement to be sent to you.