The quality of your Macrograph print is of the highest importance to me. It is my guarantee to supply my best artwork on the finest materials at my disposal, while keeping the cost to you, my fellow fans, as low as possible. Each Macrograph print is:
  • Quality-controlled, numbered, signed and carefully packaged by me
  • Delivered rolled, with a comprehensive Certificate of Authenticity
  • Printed on high-quality semi-gloss photo paper for ultimate detail and contrast
  • Printed with Epson UltraChrome K3 pigment inks with up to 108 year lightfastness*
  • Shipped via Royal Mail Recorded Delivery (Receipt signature required)

*Epson claim under optimal conditions

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Macrograph Specifications
All Macrographs are a consistent size and ratio, and have a 3" white border for ease of mounting and framing. Below the printed image is an authentication strip containing the illumination name, the edition number & artist signature in PH neutral pigment ink, and Macrographs logo.

270gsm Semi-Gloss Photo Paper

A heavy-weight, bright white photo paper that provides high-contrast, ultra-fine detail, vivid colour and high scratch resistance.

Note - It is normal for printed images to appear slightly different in colour and contrast to those on your monitor.

260gsm Semi-Gloss Photo Paper

Paper Size

41" x 22" (104.14cm x 55.88cm)

Printed Image Size

35" x 15.5" (88.9cm x 39.37cm)

3" (7.62cm) All-Round White Border

0.5" (1.27cm) Title Bar

Display Recommendations
Framing is the best way to show off your Macrograph Illumination. With the right frame and mount, you can achieve a museum quality display that will not only look great, but will help protect and preserve your art for generations to come.

To properly preserve your Macrograph, I strongly suggest leaving framing to professional framers. Custom made frames are not cheap, but ultimately worth the investment. Remember - YOUR MACROGRAPH ISN'T A POSTER! It is a limited edition Giclée print. I'm sure the last thing you want to do is unwittingly destroy it over time with inadequate frames and non-preserving materials. Please also be aware that trimming, dry-mounting or altering the integrity of your print in any way will likely affect its future value greatly - look after it and it will look after you.

Important: The UV in direct sunlight is damaging to your print!

Picture Lights are relatively cheap and are highly recommended to provide vivid colour and contrast in lieu of natural light. A Picture Light will greatly enhance your display and make your Macrograph the talking point of the room.

Dimensions for a suggested Mount / Mat to give to your friendly neighbourhood framer:

Suggested Mount / Mat Size

45" x 26.5" (114.3cm x 67.31cm)

Suggested Mat Aperture Size

37" x 18" (93.98cm x 45.72cm)

4" (10.16cm) Left / Top / Right Borders

4.5" (11.43cm) Bottom Border

In the Frame - a typical gallery display setup:

I Glazed Frame

Styling subject to personal taste. Glazing can be standard glass, UV protective, Acrylic etc.

II Mat*

The card 'window' that keeps the print from touching the glass. Usually hinge taped to the Mounting Board.

III Print

The print should be free hanging and 'T' taped to the Mounting Board with acid free, archivable hinging tape*.

IV Mounting Board*

Provides a rigid barrier between print and back of frame. Usually hinge taped to the Mat.

V Frame Back

Rigid board that clips to the back of the frame and keeps all the layers together. Usually tape sealed.

* All card and tape used when framing should be specialist acid free archivable products to ensure longevity of print.

The information in this section is to be used as a guideline only, responsibility for damage caused to a print as a result of mounting and framing lies entirely with the framer.