Flying High 2 + Too Giclée Print - Black and White Wall Art
'Love my print! A really gorgeous crisp image. Perfection. Thank you!'- Kimmy (AUS)
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◎ Printed in US, CA, UK, EU, AUS
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Made On Demand
Printed, Packed and Shipped in 72hr
The Flying High Too Giclée Print in black and white will make a welcome addition to your living space, bedroom, office, or waking dream.
A vivid monochrome image captured in Phnom Penh's Diamond Island, its crisp resolution and rich hues are designed to complement any environment that needs a dash of inspiration.
These carefully curated prints are between a gloss and matte finish. Highly saturated and resin coated. Delivering maximum ink coverage and intense, lifelike images. All printed on archival paper, so they'll look as good as the day you bought them for decades to come.
Printed exclusively on Epson's acid-free Ultra Premium Luster Photo Paper. Between a gloss and matte finish, it provides you with highly saturated, maximum ink coverage. Also helps prevent yellowing over time, and thick enough to help prevent cockling when handling.
Base: paper + polyethylene. Weight: 260g/m². Thickness: 0.277mm/10mil—thick enough to help prevent cockling. ISO Brightness: 0.91. Opacity: 0.96.
All Wanderlost & Found posters are printed with Epson UltraChrome water based HDR ink-jet technology. It is fast drying and incorporates a resin-coating (RC) that supports maximum ink coverage with a high D-Max for intense lifelike images that rival traditional silver halide output.
Our giclée prints are printed on demand to minimize energy use and paper waste. They're also printed as close to you as possible, helping reduce carbon emissions and getting your treasure delivered faster. Win win!
• Printed in the USA, CAN, UK, EU, AUS
Our giclée print Epson paper is manufactured by 3 quality brands.
Blank enhanced matte paper sourced from Epson in Japan.
1. How Long Should My Wall Art Last?
Wanderlost & Found giclée prints are printed on durable Epson paper of archival quality—an industry measurement of how long an image will last without its color fading or changing tones. If cared for correctly, your print should remain bright and vivid for 25 years or more.
Still, some basic precautions are in order, because all color prints fade over time. It doesn't matter what process was used to make the print. So we've included tips in this FAQs section to help keep your new wall art looking fresh and lustrous for as long as possible.
2. How Do I Handle My Wall Art?
The poster is fingerprint resistant, but natural skin oils or other contaminants can transfer to the print. We recommend you wash and dry your hands before touching the photograph.
Use both hands and support the back of the poster when picking it up.
Never attempt to rub the surface of the image with your finger or fingernail as this could scratch the surface of the print.
Do not write on the back of the poster. Inks and pens can penetrate the surface and damage the item. Use a soft pencil (B grade) instead.
3. How Do I Clean My Wall Art?
Dust with a clean, dry, soft rag.
Never use cleaning products or water as this may permanently damage the print.
4. What Glaze Should I Use To Protect My Wall Art?
Glazing is important to protect the print from various types of damage resulting from sources such as smoke, ozone, cooking fumes and human touch or abrasion.
Glass is best. It is inexpensive, easy to cut, chemically inert, and resistant to scratches.
5. How Should I Frame My Wall Art?
Framing will provide protection by shielding against dirt, dust, pollution and temperature changes. NB: We strongly recommend acid free frames, matts and other materials.
We do not recommend that you use glues, sprays or adhesive tapes on your photographs to secure them in a frame. Archival quality corner mounts are the best method of securing your prints.
6. How Should I Hang My Wall Art?
Unmounted prints and posters are especially vulnerable to crescent moon-shaped creases. Always lift the print by opposite corners (for example, top left and bottom right), letting the print gently bow or sag in the middle.
Never hang your print in direct sunlight, regardless of the type of glazing or frame that's used. Colour photographs are more vulnerable and will fade faster than black-and-white.
Avoid extreme fluctuations in moisture and temperature. Excessive fluctuations between dryness and humidity, or extreme heat and cold can negatively affect the state of your print. Heat can speed up the degradation of the paper. If the humidity is too high, be on the lookout for mould.
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Gets Made After You Order
Overproduction's 1 of the biggest contributors to landfill & simple to fix. Your treasure will be produced after you order. It's called print on demand: minimizing landfill, water consumption & energy use.
Made With Love By Locals All Over
Produced at ethical workshops in the USA, EU & AUS. Printed with Epson UltraChrome water based HDR ink-jet technology. By locals earning living wages, paid holidays & healthcare benefits.
Made With Luscious Eco-Inks
This treasure's printed with luminous, water-based inks: CPSIA & GreenGuard certified AKA no chemical nasties. Proof they meet strict criteria for ecological & social responsibility.
Made With Freedom From Start To Finish
Everyone in the supply chain that brings you this treasure works for a business committed to ending slavery & forced labor. Complying with all applicable laws to prohibit slavery and human trafficking.