Corona virus update: Fine Art America and their suppliers are currently still producing prints and other products as normal. Shipping may take considerably longer than normal though because of the corona virus pandemic and its effect on delivery companies (especially cross border deliveries). If you have any queries regarding print orders please get in touch. I work with printing labs in various countries and may be able to find an alternative.
Fine Art America produce professional photographic prints, framed prints, canvas wrap prints, metal prints, acrylic prints, greeting cards, mobile phone cases and other products, and work with high quality printers and production centres in the USA, Canada, UK, Netherlands and Australia, this page lists which products are produced at each production centre. Orders are automatically routed to your nearest manufacturing centre to minimize shipping costs and speed up delivery times.
•Prints can be produced on a variety of photographic papers. Use Fine Art America's simple on-line design tool to customise your prints exactly as you would like, choosing from a wide range of frames and mounts.
•Canvas wrap prints in a variety of styles are also available, with either a gloss or matt finish.
•Greeting cards come individually or in packs of 10 or 25; you can customise them and write your own text!
•Fine Art America's Secure Online Payment (SSL) system means you can pay with Visa, Mastercard or American Express with complete confidence. If you're not happy with a purchase that you make on Fine Art America for any reason, you can return it within 30 days of the date that it was delivered to you. Read more about Fine Art America's Return Policy here.
•If you would like a print or product using any photo that is not currently in my Fine Art America gallery please contact James Brunker at firstname.lastname@example.org. A high resolution version of your desired image can easily be uploaded for you.
•Please note there may be a very slight variation in colour and contrast due to the different techniques involved in producing high resolution photographic prints on different materials and low resolution scans for websites. The colour calibration of your monitor may also slightly affect the colour you see.