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Special Order Prints

This page is for clients to order 1-off or non-catalogue prints from the archives of Kev Pearson Photography.

Choose from the sizes and formats of prints shown, enter the details of the print (or the title if you know it) and proceed with your order. In general, canvas prints can be turned around within 1 week including delivery to UK. Fine art prints can take 7-10 days to turn around, especially if a framed option has been chosen. Please factor these timescales into any orders in order to avoid disappointment. Some details about the print products are given below:


Canvas Prints

Canvas prints are produced to Giclee standard and are coated with Giclee varnish for extra protection. These are printed using Epson Aqueous Printers with Epson Ultrachrome inks. The canvas material used is Breathing Color © 450gsm polycotton blend canvas which is ideal for photography and the reproduction of fine art.

Stretcher Bars

38mm and 18mm deep European premium quality pine stretcher bars are used. These are made from finger jointed pieces of wood, are virtually knot-free and have a smooth finish. They compliment the premium finishing and high quality materials used. Cross braces are used on all frames over 32" long. All canvasses are finished with backing tape and hangers.

Ready to Hang

All canvas prints come ready to hang - a hanger is a basic part of the canvas print and we do not charge extra for it.


Fine Art Prints

Fine Art Prints are produced on Somerset® Photo Fine Art Paper, traditionally made using 100% cotton at St Cuthberts Mill near the city of Wells. 

Mould Made - Genuine artists paper

Acid Free & Archival - The paper will last for hundreds of years and won’t discolour or fall apart

Low OBA (Optical Brightening Agents) - Paper colour is stable and won’t fade

Framed Fine Art Prints

All frames come ready to hang with hardware and cords etc already attached for your convenience - all you have to do is find a place to put it on display.