Eye of the Tiger
- Limited Edition of 250 + 50 Artist Proofs
- Top Quality Giclée Archival Inks, Paper and Canvas
- Hand Signed and Numbered by the Artist
- Prints are Unstretched and Ship Rolled in Large Tubes
Most prints ship within 1-3 days. Large canvas prints 18" x 18" or larger are special ordered and ship within 1-2 weeks.
Prints ship unframed and unstretched. Most prints ship rolled in a large tube. Small paper prints 8" x 10" and under ship in a flat mailer.
Estimated Shipping Times
North America: 2-5 business days.
Europe: 5-15 business days.
We'll do our best to meet these shipping estimates, but cannot guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.
Customs and Import Taxes
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. We're not responsible for delays due to customs.
RETURNS & EXCHANGES
If for any reason you are unsatisfied with your purchase, please contact us for a refund or exchange within 30 days of your purchase. Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
LE...Limited Edition Prints
A fixed number of identical prints of an image, signed by the artist, sequentially numbered, and showing both the print's number and the total edition size. Each print is referred to as a "limited edition print".
AP...Artist Proof Prints
Common practice is that 10 to 15 percent of an edition is reserved for the artist. These proofs are identical to impressions in the edition yet are often considered more valuable.
HC...Hors de Commerce
A small artist edition of equal quality, originally used for promotion.
The quantity of prints reproduced is not limited. As long as the image is in demand, it will be printed.
Giclée (jhee-clay) is a French word meaning "spraying of paint." The word is used to describe prints produced by a high definition inkjet printer. Giclées use digital technology to enhance and preserve the character of the artists's original. The printing is done with costly pigment based archival inks printed on museum quality canvas or rag paper. The result is an image that rivals the beauty of the original. Giclées are found in most major art museums and fine art galleries, validating this new form of art.
A photographic printing technique that uses inks, carried by rubber rollers called printing blankets, to transfer images from metal plates to paper. Limited edition offset lithographs are printed on high-quality, acid-free paper and printed with the highest quality fade-resistant inks.