An adélie penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae) calls out during a flurry. Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica.
All Museum Quality Prints are printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Pearl myself using an Epson SureColor P9000 in my studio. This a natural white pearl-gloss paper that will not yellow and offers a phenomenal color gamut, clarity, and an exceptionally long life. These are loose prints shipped rolled around a hard tube, enclosed in a protective package.
The Metal and Acrylic options are printed by one of the industry's best labs. Both options offer a clean modern appearance to the artwork, which looks as if it's floating off the wall with the included hanging hardware. The Metal prints are lightweight, durable and have a HD glossy finish that come ready to hang via float hanger attached to the back of the piece. The Acrylic prints are lustre fine-art paper mounted to 1/4" thick glossy acrylic with di-bond backing and a cleat hanger.