Great! You want to buy one of my prints.
You can buy my work by mail order over the phone.
I’ll quote you the cost in local currency if you call from abroad.
Just call me :
|| 07817 762 780
|| + 44 7817 762 780
||CET 1200 – 1700
|US / EST
|| 0 11 44 78 17 762 780
||9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
|PST / Oz / NZ
||0011 44 78 17 762 780
||Email – see below
When you call, please have ready:
- Your Credit or Debit Card details : we take Visa & Mastercard
- In the Eurozone? Pay (free) via SEPA – ask for my bank details
- Your full delivery address including Post Code / Zip
- Your billing address including Post Code / Zip
- Contact Phone number
Or send me an email: email@example.com
- List the prints that interest you
- Give me a local time to call you back – and a number!
I post my prints wrapped in tissue in stout cardboard tubes. This works fine. I also send them insured and tracked; and by airmail abroad.
If you like the black frames in the ‘View Framed’ pages I can frame your print. Call me about pricing and delivery options.
You could also collect it from the studio in South London?
Thanks for your interest : looking forward to talking with you.
FRAMING YOUR PRINT
Here are some ideas and tips to get the most out of your purchase
Be generous with the mount so it won't cramp the image. Even a small (10cm) image looks good in a 30 cm frame – try it!
Cut the mount to leave some paper around the image itself - about 5% of its size on each side.
Don’t cut the mount to centre the image in the frame. (Framers should know this).
An optical illusion makes it look too low to the eye if it’s plumb centre.
So move it upwards (off centre) at least 1 cm and up to 3 cm or more in big frames.
A bevelled mount looks classy and helps frame the image.
The purpose of framing is to help the image speak for itself, so the viewer enjoys looking at the print – not the frame.
Here are some pointers:
Only use narrow frames in small spaces - elsewhere the image gets lost on the wall.
Use 2 cm width at least for a small print; always buy wood, never plastic.
On larger prints frames can be 3 cm wide or a little more – but don’t let it dominate: keep it simple!
Balance the whole space where you are hanging (wall, hallway, rest room?).
Imagine what the eye will take in and how to achieve the best impact for your purchase.
Small works look better in groups of 3 or 4 - so just buy more! They get lost on their own.
Frame all groups in the same way.
Experiment – get someone to hang and someone to look.
See these tips in action by clicking on ‘View Framed’ when looking at an image.