Home Decor & Wall Art Prints
Landscape photography is a fine art, one that we believe can be brought to your home or office with wall art décor.
When you purchase a Justin Sloan photographic fine art print, you are receiving quality. Each art work has gone through an extensive process of location planning, timing and luck. Furthermore, selecting the right printer, paper and an endless soft proofing process. When this all comes together you are presented with a quality art piece for wall art to improve your Décor.
Presenting quality fine art has been at the forefront of each decision, and its assured that the art work will look amazing in your home or office. Whether you choose small or quite large you will be pleased with the presentation.
A Justin Sloan photograph comes in two variations, Open Editions and most importantly Limited Editions. Open editions have no limitation of the amount of re-prints. Limited Editions will be limited to a number of prints (100 prints for example) and come signed and with a certificate of authenticity, the value of the print will increase, making the investment for the earlier purchases increase in value.
Frame choice makes a big difference in the look and feel of your art work and we have gone to great lengths to demonstrated the look and feel of framed and in-situ examples.
Examples of my work
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, I can delivery world wide. At present I only offer Australian delivery via the website, however if you contact me via my contact page I will be able to quote world wide delivery
Print sizes vary dependant on the ratio of the photo, majority of art work are presented in 2:3 ratio whilst I do have a range of 1:2 and 1:3 panoramas. The general sizes are as follows:
|12 x 8||30.5 x 20.3|
|20 x 30||51 x 76.2|
|24 x 36||61 x 91.4|
|30 x 45||76.2 x 114.3|
Only the best printing service has been selected, this couple with an extensive soft proofing process has ensured that the images are printing at the best quality achievable. The quality is remarkable and has to be witnessed to be believed, no screen can represent the quality of the print