Will is a handsome Wagyu bull photographed in Woodend, Canterbury, at the Xcell Breeding centre.
The word Wagyu refers to all Japanese beef cattle ('Wa' means Japanese or japanese-style and 'gyu' means cattle).
This is limited edition print. Once they have sold out, no more will be printed under any circumstance. All prints sold will be numbered, named and signed.
Your print will be packaged with the utmost of care. it will be wrapped in tissue paper, rolled and placed in a heavy duty tube.
Canvases are packaged with bubble wrap and in large boxes They come stretched ready to hang.
When you receive your print in a postal tube, it is a good idea to lie it flat until the paper relaxes. Handle very gently, lying flat and face upwards on a table. Put soft weights (nothing too heavy that will damage your print) on each corner. It's a good idea to wrap your weight in a tea towel. Leave for a day or two and it should then relax more and make it easier to frame. It is advised however, to be taken straight to a framer to avoid double handling.
Handle with Care - Oils from your fingertips can mark black prints easily. It is advised dark prints are purchased framed or opened by a framer and framed by a professional framer. Please do not attempt to open the print yourself, then re roll back up in the tube. This will mark the print.
Please handle your prints with care and avoid overly rubbing or touching the surface. To keep your prints looking great, they must be handled with care and preferably framed or displayed right away.
Framed Prints -
Frames are handmade and can be shipped worldwide.For shipping purposes we frame with museum quality Shinkolyte acrylic – a cast acrylic with excellent thickness tolerances and 10 times the impact strength of glass and a crystal clear transparency – chemical resistant and with a light transmittance rate of 93% (the same as traditional glass used for picture framing). We can of course use glass, but you’ll have to collect from us.
Darker prints look amazing on canvas as you don't get reflection from the glass that you get on the framed glass prints.
Cotton-polyester canvas, long-life latex inkjet printing; museum grade lacquer (lustre finish, protects against moisture, abrasion and UV damage).
Our canvas prints are presented on a sturdy 1-1/4” (32mm) stretcher frame, with hanging hardware already attached. The printed canvas is wrapped around the edges of the frame.