Street Alphabet - Family Names & Images Combined
Create a family heirloom - Unique and personalised wall art for your home, that brings back fond memories of Hong Kong. The entire family’s names all spelt in photographs of items found on the streets that resemble letters, hidden amongst images of Hong Kong. See a different detail every time you look at it!
Prices start from HK$1,800. Each piece of art created is unique and made just for you, thus prices are based on the number of letters + images, the material and size. If you are interested in creating your very own personalised price of art, please send us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alphabet Art is available in 3 different options:
- Paper print, rolled in a large packing tube
- Framed print
- Ready to hang canvas
All artwork regardless of material is printed using original Epson Ink to ensure vibrancy and durability. Please ensure that you hang the art away from direct sunlight to ensure fading does not occur for years of visual enjoyment.
The paper print option uses Semi Glossy 250gsm Epson Premium Photo Paper. The framing option presents the print in a simple and elegant way, with a white matt and a choice of 3 different coloured wood frames - black, dark brown and white. The ready to hang canvases use 100% cotton weighted around 380gsm. They are stretched on a 1.5" deep wooden bar.
FROM START TO FINISH...
A few working days after full payment has been received, you will receive 2 different design options for the first round presentation of your art. One option will be brightly coloured, the other more natural colours unless you specify a colour preference on ordering.
Moving forward, you either choose one design as is, or use one as a base to swap over letters from either the other designs or from the letter catalogue pages. We work on the designs together until you get to a combination that you love.
Production and delivery takes between 7-10 working days from artwork confirmation and submission to the printers.
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