This item is for sale only until 20th August 2018.
Meieki Blur is of Nagoya Towers, and an illegally parked car taken at night. Great photos have an element of design, skill, but mostly serendipity; which makes this image stand out from many others taken this year. The image has no significant digital alteration; the original image looks virtually the same as this, except for minor adjustment to colours and tones.
This framed art is an original by Nagoya based photographer Andrew Blyth of JapanesePhotos.Asia. The print is on archival quality matte FujiFilm paper. This high quality, highly-detailed, print will be hand-signed by Andrew with an acid-free archival quality white pen, and numbered (not a 'digital signature' or a machine produced signature). There are two sizes, A4 and A3 prints which will be mounted differently to each other as seen in the attached images. The frames may vary slightly from those shown due to availability, and will have either glass or acrylic front (depending on availability), with black aluminum frames, and wall-mounting cord. Aluminum is preferred over wood so as to avoid problems customs inspections issues in your country. Tape used to mount the image is also acid-free archival quality.
Colours and tones of web images may appear differently to the actual product.
Ordering: This is a limited-time print-on-demand product. On the 21st of August no further orders will be received, and the manufacturing process will begin, which will take up to 14 days (depending on quantity and other issues). Delivery typically 3-20 days (depending on destination). See your order details email and update emails for more information. Also, don't be shy to contact us if need be. Discounts: Share photos of your art print on your social media. Include the hashtag #ablyth &/or link to JapanesePhotos.Asia and let us know to look for you; we can then send you your own personalised 10% discount code. Social Responsibility: As a part of our commitment to social responsibility, sales of this item, like all of our products, contributes to our carbon neutral efforts. From May 2018 we are supporting Tree Nation by donating a modest amount of money each month to grow our own community forest that you are a part of. As we grow as a company and as a community, we can grow our support to this very important endeavor. Please join us and our community to help safeguard our futures. Packaging will avoid as much as possible the use of plastics, and will have a preference for renewable and/or recycled packaging and padding.