Stop Staring at My Tusks
The printing process used is called "Giclée," Images are generated from high resolution scans and printed with archival quality inks onto a metallic, high-gloss, photo-sensitive surface. The result is stunning prints that are sharp, vibrant, and exceptionally rich-looking. Each image is printed with a one-inch white border, this space allows for a 3/4" white edge between the edge of the image and the beginning of the frame. The additional 1/4" is left to be caught under the lip of the frame.