We love when there is a reason at hand to smile about. Did you know that a smile, be it real or fake, will release endorphin in your body? If you didn’t know, endorphin is a hormone that makes you happy. The more real your smile is, the more endorphins release, hence the happier you become. We keep many secrets (you don’t wanna know how many), but our goal to make you happy is not one of them. So we decided to create something that is guaranteed to make you happy. Actually it’s scientifically tested and proven, so no room for questions here. We called our boys Squirrel and Bear for help, and put them in a rather uncomfortable place: on the wings of a flying airplane. Didn’t have to wait long for a gem from Bear: Got wings?
The original artwork was hand-painted using watercolor inks, this product is a premium quality Giclée reproduction printed on 260g semi-gloss Hahnemüle photo paper.
Please note that a frame is not included in this listing. Due to your monitor settings and light conditions, the artwork you see on your screen may slightly differ from the printed product.
Available in standard A5, A4, A3 and A2 sizes for easy framing. We have also included a 0.5cm white border, so your frame won’t take away anything from the artwork.
All our prints are Giclée reproductions of our original watercolor paintings and digital graphics. The artwork is printed with a Canon imagePROGRAF large format printer, using the leading Lucia 4 ink technology to achieve brilliant color space, superb color accuracy, excellent color graduation, longetivity and fade-resistance. If you like numbers, then you should know that this beast uses twelve colors with a droplet size of 4 picoliters (1 picoliters = 1 trillionth of a liter) and the printheads contain 2560 nozzles for each colors. In short, quality is unparalleled.
Our premium quality Giclée prints are printed on top-class semi-gloss 260g photo-grade paper made by Hahnemüle, the world leader in premium photo paper manufacturing. Hahnemüle was founded in 1584 and have a long-standing tradition in producing the ideal surface for digital and traditional art printing.