Jason Miller Fine Art periodically will offer coupon codes. These codes will expire after the designated set date.
Most coupons will have a minimum of $25.00 to be purchased. If your order does not meet the requirement of $25.00 you will need to purchase a second item or purchase a larger print.
What is the difference in Print materials?
Giclée Print verses Regular Prints
Giclée is a French term meaning “to spray”, referring to how an inkjet printer works and how giclee prints are usually produced. These large format inkjet printers use small spraying devices that can both match color and apply ink precisely, giving artists a high-quality print of their original art. Giclée printing process uses fade resistance, archival inks and archival subsctract printing.
Most importantly, regular prints are printed with dye inks which fade very quickly. This together with printing on cheap, cellulose paper results in a print that will fade in a short period of time and will yellow due to the acid in the paper. True giclee prints will last much longer without fading and will not turn yellow due to the archival qualities of the paper or canvas.
Luster Paper: Fine art print on matte paper, ships in a tube and will need to be framed.
Canvas Giclée: Fine are print on fine canvas, ships in a tube and will need to be framed.
Most standard sizes sold here should fit in a standard frame from your local art supplies stores. Many panoramic sizes might require a custom frame.
All prints/canvas have a warranty during the shipping process. Occasionally things get bumped. If your print is damaged, please follow the steps below and we will assess the product to get it corrected.
- Take a detailed image(s) of the shipping container.
- Take a detailed image(s) of the print
- Email the images to email@example.com
- Allow 2-3 business days for a plan of action.
For all concerns about prints or need clarification please contact Jason at the email listed above.