Each of my works is strictly limited to a production of 28 prints in total across all print sizes. I also make two artist’s proofs (APs) of each image. These artist’s proofs are made to ensure quality, they are kept in my personal collection, and they may never be made available to the public.
Each limited edition print is individually signed and numbered on the recto (front), and each print is accompanied by a unique certificate of authenticity, embossed and secured with a Hologram Security System, to certify and preserve the authenticity and provenance of your artwork, particularly relevant should the piece change ownership in future.
When you purchase this print you are investing in an original digital work of art created by me, Lucas Varro, and not merely a digital reproduction of a work in another medium.
I pride myself on making prints of the highest standard with a service level to match; this is why I offer a satisfaction guarantee on all orders. If you are not happy with your purchase for any reason, please contact me within 14 days of delivery for a replacement print or a refund. Please see my Refund Policy for details.
My work also offers guaranteed archival quality for 100+ years. The bamboo fine art paper that I use offers maximum resistance to ageing, so with proper care your print will give you and your family several lifetimes of pleasure and enjoyment!
My prints are made to order and meticulously inspected. The unmounted and unframed print is then carefully packaged and will usually be posted to you within five business days of receipt of your order. Special orders may take a little longer, I’ll discuss that with you before you place your order.
All orders will be shipped via express courier. As soon as your order is despatched, I will contact you with an estimated delivery date and tracking details. Your prints should be delivered within a few days, but international destinations may vary, so please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery. Please see my Shipping Policy for details.
Not only do I ensure that my artworks are produced to the finest quality standards, but I am also equally careful about the impact they will have on the environment. All of my prints are produced on museum quality paper made from bamboo fibres. Bamboo represents spirituality, naturalness, and resource-saving paper production. Not only is this fine art paper highly sustainable and very eco-friendly, but this acid- and lignin-free, vegan paper is also pleasantly warm and naturally white, free from optical brightening agents. This accentuates the delightfully subtle tonal gradation and exquisite detail of this image, and the felt textured matte surface enhances the seemingly three-dimensional image depth that I worked so hard to create.
The bamboo plants that provide the paper cellulose require minimal maintenance, grow quickly, and don’t require any pesticides. Their rapid growth means that more cellulose can be produced on the same cropland than with other raw materials, and they also require much less water, helping to save valuable resources and protect the environment.
As your print is produced, the carbon emissions that cannot be avoided are offset using The Gold Standard program, an investment approach recommended by Greenpeace. This includes emissions due to worldwide delivery.
Even the packaging that I use is environmentally friendly. Everything is sustainably sourced and is either recyclable or biodegradable, and that includes the stickers, tape, and compostable bubble wrap.
Sizes given are for the printed area; all prints are made with an additional 1 inch (2.54 cm) white border. Bespoke border sizes are available on request, for example if you want to match the printed paper size to a specific frame size, such as 11" x 14" or A4, without matting.
Bespoke print sizes are available on request. Most of my large format negatives will print up to museum wall-sized displays with exquisite detail.
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I may be away exploring temples, but I'll get back to you just as soon as I can.