LAYERS // Isola D'Elba, Italy
LAYERS // Isola D'Elba, Italy // Abstract Photography // Fine Art Print
Closeup of peeling plaster and paint from a seaside building. Warm colors and abstract design. Shot on the Isola d'Elba (an island off the central, west coast), Italy
Light Jet Print on KodakPro Endura Paper
Prints to the edge of the paper…no border
Print is only available unframed at this time.
Ships in a sturdy envelope or tube, layered with paper to protect the image.
PLEASE NOTE: Every computer monitor has a different color calibration and displays colors and brightness slightly differently. Because of this, your computer monitor may not depict the exact color of the artwork. Please contact me with any questions about the color or size of any item before purchasing.
Also, a note on cropping: Some sizes will require the image to be cropped. I’m happy to provide you with a proof before I print so you can approve any necessary crop adjustments. Please just ask! Otherwise I assume you trust my judgement :)
– Artwork © Lauren Armellini / PixelsandPigment
– Images cannot be reproduced or otherwise distributed in any form without written permission from the copyright holder.
Do You Offer Custom Sizes?
Of course! I try to offer a few standard sizes for each product (because they’re easier to find frames for) but if you want something different, just email me and I’ll be happy to send you pricing on that option. And don’t be shy…most of my prints can be enlarged to 30 x 40 or higher if you’re like me and love BIG ART :)
Do You Have Any Framing Options?
Currently I only offer prints unframed. I’m working on adding a few framed options in the near future.
Glossy Or Matte?
Here are my thoughts on choosing the right paper finish for your print:
Matte: My go-to finish for most prints would be matte. You just can’t go wrong. There’s minimal glare due to the slight surface texture and the colors always look spot on. So, if you’re not sure- go matte.
Glossy: Ohhhh, but this one is shiny! Aren’t we all drawn to glossy for some reason? Well, here’s the story- glossy paper has fantastic color saturation and your image will look very sharp due to the lack of texture on the surface but I only recommend it if you’re going to use a mat inside the frame. Sometimes glossy paper looks “funny” when pushed directly up against glass and over time, it can stick, so the mat will help keep the paper from laying right on top of the glass.
If you want to read a little more on the subject CLICK HERE.
How Long Will It Take To Ship My Print?
I make every print to order so I usually say about 2 weeks from the time you place the order. Prints go out USPS from California and once it ships you'll receive a tracking number via email. Check out my Shop Policies for more information on shipping and returns.
How Much Does Shipping Cost?
$10 Flat rate for US Domestic shipments, $22 for International