Giro D'italia - Paper Print
The Giro D'italia is artfully captured on this Art Print on paper.
The Giro d'Italia or Tour of Italy is an annual multiple-stage bicycle race primarily held in Italy, while also occasionally passing through nearby countries. (Wikipedia)
Now available in four sizes, these prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of colour.
You can also choose from eight types of papers which give a different look to your print:-
Archival Matte Paper is a luxuriant acid free paper which will not yellow and degrade over time. These papers are designed for very long term longevity of top quality, highly valued images.
Glossy Photo Paper was designed for professional photographers to achieve images of high colour intensity and clarity.
Semi-Matte Photo Paper gives you a print with no glare or glossiness at all. The lack of glare is meant to give your print a more artistic, understated look.
Picture Rag Paper is a cotton based, conservation quality paper which gives impressive results with black and white images but it also produces impressive colour saturation.
Somerset Velvet is a softly textured paper for a traditional watercolour look. It works well with dark images.
Watercolor Paper is an irregular textured paper traditionally used to paint on. This is a particularly heavy, stiff paper which is great if you want to handle it out of a frame. Perfect for printing painterly images.
Luster Photo Paper resembles the kind of pearly finish paper used in old school photos. The luster finish also has a delicate sparkle that makes images of water scintillate.
Metallic Paper prints are a budget-friendly way to create modern wall art. Metallic paper provides an exceptionally vibrant print with the shine and shimmer of metal. This highly durable paper is mostly white with a signature metallic finish, making it ideal for a wide range of images including white and flesh tones.
All the art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing, if desired.