"Kick" 70x50cm Archival Quality Print (Limited to 15 pcs.)

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"Kick" is 70x50cm, printed on William Turner archival quality white 100% cotton paper. Has a nice watercolor paper texture to it. Limited to 30 pieces, all individually signed and numbered.

This is the biggest and nicest I’ve ever printed my art. All prints mounted on hefty foam board and shipped flat, not rolled. Includes Scotch 3M Velcro mounting pads for easy display.


There are two options for purchase:

Rolled and mounted.

Rolled is shipped to you rolled up in a thick cardboard poster mailing tube. You'll be responsible for mounting/framing/hanging the piece yourself. 

Mounted is shipped flat. The illustration is bound to hefty foam board with a heat press, not adhesive. Includes velcro adhesive pads for easy wall placement and is sprayed with a clear protective coat to fight dust, fingerprints/grease, and minimal water contact. 

Additionally, I'd like to add: In the area above near the "add to cart" section, you'll see something about 4 payment installments with Quadpay or something like that. I can attest that Quadpay is a great way to buy valuable things in the double and triple digits without putting a huge dent in your wallet at one time. My girlfriend and I use Quadpay for buying Star Wars figures on eBay and it's really as simple and straightforward as they say it is. You buy something and your payments are divided into 4 - no interest. It's not a credit card, and all you need is a checking account to get started! I highly recommend this payment method to you even if you have all of the money upfront. This means you pay around $40 right now and every 2 weeks for 4 payment installments. I get paid out immediately regardless, so there's no worry or me waiting for payment to come through if you use Quadpay. 

The benefit of me implementing Quadpay into my website is that I can sell my art for the money my art is worth and not break the wallets of the people who want to buy it.