Wall prints guide

Each print is bespoke. In other words, it is produced on demand (POD) by our printers according to your choice of materials, and they then deliver it to you. They use digital inkjet giclée (pronounced 'gee-klay') printers, as opposed to traditional technologies, which adds depth and richness to images, and also prevents fading. Find out more below about formats and frames for your new piece of art.

Step 1: choose your print

It's possibly the hardest - but best - bit, so why not settle down with a cuppa or glass of wine and take your time looking through our gallery, including those from the annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year (WPY) competitions and the stunning birds by John James Audubon.

Step 2: choose your type of format - paper or canvas?

Paper options

The paper used is sustainably sourced and certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. Its stock is measured in gsm, and both of these options are a similar thickness to the flexible card-like front covers of magazines.

Photo paper (260gsm): a favourite of professional photographers as it gives a satin, lustre finish with a pearl-like texture.

Fine art paper (280gsm): ideal for museum-quality reproductions and gives a gently textured matt surface that's ideal for the Images of Nature collection.

Canvas options

The 400gsm cotton canvas is often preferred by photographers and artists for its textured finish, clarity and consistent quality. Choose between:

Stretched canvas: your print will be hand-stretched (with no border) over a custom-made wooden frame ready to display. Or, in addition, you can choose to have it mounted in a frame.

Rolled canvas: your print will arrive rolled and ready for you to frame yourself.

Step 3: choose your size

Once you select the type of format you would like for your print, the sizes are presented in the next drop-down menu. The measurements are shown width by height in centimetres, eg Canvas, 60cm wide x 40cm high.

Step 4: choose your frame

Once you have selected the format and size, the framing colour options can then be shown in the next drop-down menu, eg gold, natural (which is a natural wood colour).

Each frame is handmade from sustainably sourced wood, certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, and industry-standard 2mm water-white float glass or, for larger prints, the more robust acrylic plexiglass.

It comes ready to hang - and enjoy.

Station Squabble wall print in a grey frameStation Squabble wall print in a grey frame
Hare Ball wall print in a white frameHare Ball wall print in a white frame