Abstratica Frequent Questions

What is a Gicleé print?
A Giclee is a printing process that uses archival inks and super fine nozzles to create an unrivaled print quality. It's no wonder they call it "Museum Quality". All my prints are created on some of the highest quality fine art papers available. 

What's the Difference between my Limited Edition vs Open Edition prints?
Most artists have an original piece of artwork on canvas, paper or another physical medium. My art is a combination of digital and traditional methods and therefore the original is a print. My Limited Editions represent my originals and come signed, numbered and printed on thicker paper. Currently, LE quantity is only 5. My Open Edition prints will be endlessly reproduced and will not ship signed or numbered. 

Actual Paper Size: 16"x16"
Note: Prints come with a 1" border around all 4 sides.

FREE Shipping on all orders in the US and Canada
USPS First Class

All prints come unframed. I recommend Framebridge or Simply Framed for a variety of options. If interested, please contact me for the specifications of frames used in my pictures.

I want you to love your purchase. If for any reason you do not, refunds will be accepted. If you are unsure about colors from viewing them online, please ask for more photos.

Please allow an estimated 2-4 business days to print and ship your order. Order ships rolled in a protective tube.

Uncurl Prints
If you order 1-3 prints, they'll ship in a protective cardboard tube. Watch this video on how to successsfuly remove the curl memory in the paper. 

If your print arrives damaged, please contact me immediately and I will replace it asap.

Contact John for questions or comments.