Giclée printing is a process that uses fade-resistant, archival inks and archival substrates to print on large format printers. It will be 250+ years before any noticeable fading occurs! These stunning watercolour images are printed onto 340 gsm, acid free, textured paper (100% cotton fibres). You won't even know that it is not the original painting. It's that amazing!
Jane White is a local illustrator/graphic designer who lovingly created these images for us using watercolour on paper.
FINNDIELOO FUN FACT:
The leaves of ferns are called fronds and when they are young they are tightly coiled into a spiral. This shape, called a ‘koru’ in Māori, is a beloved pattern in many New Zealand designs, including the All Blacks’ logo.
This item is printed to order. Order cut off time is midnight each Tuesday. Orders placed after this time will only be sent for printing the following Tuesday.
* Please note that shipping times will be longer due to one print run per week.