ABOUT YOUR PRINT
This is a limited edition Giclee art print. Printed on Decor Smooth 210gsm acid-free, museum quality paper, featuring a natural white finish and slightly textured surface.
Every piece of art that leaves our studio is handcrafted, finished and packaged to ensure it reaches you in perfect condition.
Our mission is to eradicate your blank walls, enrich your life and rejuvenate your soul. We aim to...
- Push the boundaries of what can be achieved – offering a superior service & a better quality product that is still affordbale.
- Continue to use a combination of traditional methods but take advantage of the very latest tech.
- Ensure that wherever possible we use ethically sourced, sustainable and eco-friendly products.
You will receive a signed & numbered Certificate of Authenticity which will match the number that is added to the print by hand.
This certifies that your new piece is a strictly limited edition print, proudly made in England.
The certificate also carries instruction on how to activate a lifetime guarantee.
We are proud to offer a lifetime guarantee with all our prints. We promise to provide you with a piece of art that is not only exclusive but beautifully printed (or framed) too. We use the latest OEM UV fade resistant inks which are guaranteed to last for up to 75 years.
To activate your lifetime guarantee you can either:
Share a picture of your print and post it onto Graff.io’s Facebook page or Graff.io’s Twitter channel with the hashtags #ArtSouls and #Graff.io. If it’s proudly displayed on your wall then you will be entitled to a special offer, find out more here
Write a letter or postcard to our address including your full name, order number, and address along with the words “activate me!”.
If you wish to replace your print, please do not hesitate to contact us (via firstname.lastname@example.org) with your order number, full name and email address, and we’ll do the rest!
High quality, painted wood made from sustainably grown Norwegian Fir. The work is mounted using an acid free off-white mount board and finished to protect using 1.8mm acrylic art glass. We use a D-ring & cord hanging system to make it easy to hang your art on existing wall fixings.
Most orders are dispatched within 48 hrs. From there, it depends on which shipping method you select and which country we are shipping to as to when you will receive your art.
At peak times, it can sometimes take 5 working days for us to dispatch your item. Each and every piece of art is handmade from scratch in our art studios based in Leicester, UK.
If you have any impending deadlines – it’s best to let our lovely #ArtSouls in Customer Services know. They will do their very best to help. You can drop them a line at email@example.com
ABOUT RON TIMEHIN
Ron Timehin is a freelance photographer based in South London.
Specialising in Street, Landscape, Cityscape and Portrait photography, Ron has established a varied client list that consists of commissioned work for brands including Adidas, Nike, Mercedes Benz, Google, Absolut Vodka,.... He has also produced content for local businesses and establishments including The Shard View London, St. Georges Hospital London and the Cheltenham Racecourse.DISCOVER RON TIMEHIN
Ron’s work has been included in several publications including HYPEBEAST, Disorder Magazine and Resource Photography Magazine. Utilising the advantages of social media, Ron has accumulated a reach of over 50,000 followers and has also successfully engaged in several brand media campaigns.
Edition #157 The Foggy Series is a stunning selection of prints of Ron’s shots of London in heavy fog. In an interview with Graff.io Arts, he explained:
"I mean The Foggy Series with Graff.io is exciting. One thing I love is when is when you work with a company or with other creatives that get the same vision as you and they understand what you’re all about. Also I feel the best way it works is when it’s natural and that’s the way it’s worked with Graff.io.
I’m really excited about this project moving forward because there’s lots of ways that we could collaborate, not just in print but across the digital space."
Where do you think it’s going to go for the arts?
"It’s strange, the next step for tech in the arts is more integration between the two. I’m seeing a lot of incredibly creative things happening within the print and digital space with the way that they are combining. Even virtual or augmented reality being incorporated into print.
Video is going to soar. It’s massive now but it’s going to take off more within the next few years. I think if you can incorporate anything visually strong, animated or video into your body of work, then do that!"
Part of an interview with Ron Timehin for Graff.io Arts in 2018DISCOVER RON TIMEHIN