BLUE WHALE STUDIO

THE STUDIO, ERPINGHAM, NORFOLK. NR11 7QZ

WEB DESIGN BY JETPRINT

COPYRIGHT 2018

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SIZES & PRICING

310gsm, Hahnemühle German Etching Paper (museum grade)

Size up to 600 x 1200mm...............£78.00 each

Size up to 600 x 850mm.................£68.00 each

Size up to 420 x 594mm.................£58.00 each

Size up to 297 x 420mm.................£48.00 each

Size up to 210 x 297mm.................£28.00 each (minimum of 4)

Size up to 148 x 210mm.................£18.00 each (minimum of 6)

 

308gsm, Hahnemühle Photo Rag Paper (museum grade)

Size up to 600 x 1200mm...............£78.00 each

Size up to 600 x 850mm.................£68.00 each

Size up to 420 x 594mm.................£58.00 each

Size up to 297 x 420mm.................£48.00 each

Size up to 210 x 297mm.................£28.00 each (minimum of 4)

Size up to 148 x 210mm.................£18.00 each (minimum of 6)

 

320gsm, Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta (museum grade)

Size up to 600 x 1200mm...............£85.00 each

Size up to 600 x 850mm.................£75.00 each

Size up to 420 x 594mm.................£65.00 each

Size up to 297 x 420mm.................£55.00 each

Size up to 210 x 297mm.................£45.00 each (minimum of 4)

Size up to 148 x 210mm.................£25.00 each (minimum of 6)

 

310gsm, Hahnemühle Photo Silk Baryta (museum grade)

Size up to 600 x 1200mm...............£68.00 each

Size up to 600 x 850mm.................£58.00 each

Size up to 420 x 594mm.................£48.00 each

Size up to 297 x 420mm.................£38.00 each

Size up to 210 x 297mm.................£28.00 each (minimum of 4)

Size up to 148 x 210mm.................£18.00 each (minimum of 6)

Cost effective on demand prints

What prices are your prints?

All prices are subject to VAT at the normal rate.

Other Hahnemühle media available on request.

Colour Matching to Original Artwork*........£45.00 (Per half hour session)

Printed colour proofs on actual media ordered..........£45.00 per print 

 

*Due to limitations of inks, papers etc, colour matching to original is as near as is reasonably possible, there is no such thing as an exact match owing to the many different variables in the reproduction process.