FAQ

How long will it take to receive my print(s)?

Apart from our pre-printed A1 lithographs, all of our prints are made to order and then transported to John for his signature, this process typically takes 2 weeks in total. Shipping is on top of this, but we expect your order to reach you in around 3-4 weeks.

Can I receive a specific dedication on the print?

Yes, after you have ordered you will receive an email confirmation - follow the instructions there to email us regarding your dedication. There is no extra charge.

What are the various print sizes?

Small giclées are 21 x 29.7 cm (8.3 x 11.7 inches), Medium giclées are 29.7 x 42 cm (16.5 x 11.7 inches), Large Posters and A1 lithographs are 84.1 x 59.4 cm (33.1 x 23.4 inches), Huge Posters are 118.9 x 84.1 cm (46.8 x 33.1 inches). Medium box canvases are 41 x 30.5cm x 2cm (16 x 12 x 0.8 inches inches), Large Box Canvases are 41 x 61 x 5 cm (18 x 24 x 2 inches), Huge Canvases are 118.9 x 84.1 cm (46.8 x 33.1 inches) and Giant canvases are 168.2 x 118.9 cm (66.2 x 46.8 inches).

Can I buy wallpaper/mobile phone case/chefs apron with my favourite image on it?

Unfortunately we are only able to sell prints for Magic: the Gathering images, other images however we may be able to produce as requested. We are not allowed to distribute digital files of Magic work. Please send your requests via our contact page.

I really love the art for >insert your favourite painting here<, can I have it produced on a playmat?

As above, no sadly not. We are only allowed to produce prints of John’s Magic work. John can produce a line drawn playmat for you. These are priced from £50 up to £120 depending upon the level of details required.

Can John draw the cover for my album/book/game card/flyer/Christmas card etc?

Yes, potentially, but please note commissioning John for a painting starts from around £800.

Can I get my cards signed/altered?

Yes you can for a small fee, please note we are in the UK so there are shipping costs/delays. Our card signing information is here.

I’m an aspiring artist, how did you get to where you are and any do you have any advice for me?

John completed a degree in graphic design, but this was in the 1980's before computers, so it was classical training, oils, acrylics and a more recent innovation; airbrush. This quote from Salvador Dali, who significantly influenced John as a child, is good advice for someone who wishes to follow the path; "Begin by learning to draw and paint like the old masters. After that, you can do as you like; everyone will respect you."

Is John going to be attending any shows?

John has a condition which causes him excessive fatigue and accordingly is rarely able to commit to attending shows, however he is working hard to rectify this and we are hopeful things will improve. Please see our exhibitions page where we will update any future activities.

If we have not answered your question here please use our contact page.