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Initial Print - Solar System - Personalised

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Designed and printed in my studio in Christchurch New Zealand. 

I use a subtle-textured photo paper that I've chosen for its consistent performance, smooth vivid colours and rich blacks with super crisp details. This paper combined with the professional inks I use provides the ultimate in quality and longevity - you're getting an exceptional keepsake print that will last a very, very long time.


Unframed A4 - 210 x 297mm

Unframed A3 - 297 x 420mm

Unframed A2 - 420 x 594mm

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Each and every print is carefully printed and quality controlled by me in my home-based studio in Christchurch, New Zealand. A4 and A3 prints are shipped flat, A2 prints are shipped rolled within a tube.

This personalised, galaxy themed initial print is perfect for lovers of stargazing, the night sky or even the solar system. The alphabet is surrounded by planets, stars, a rocket, a sly UFO and even a comet! Each of the planets from our solar system are represented. Each letter is intentionally shown in an all caps, rounded sans serif font that's easy for young readers to identify the individual letters.

Each print is personalised with your child's name and initial. For the everyday version without personalisation, please click here. 

Sweet Petite's solar system / galaxy print range has been digitally drawn by me, Danielle Barton in my signature cartoon-like style. It's fun, a little quirky and widely loved! Your print is printed in-house on a professional printer using high-quality pigment inks onto a subtle textured fine art paper. Each print is then carefully wrapped in acid-free tissue paper for its journey to your forever home.

Please see the last image for a size comparison. A4 is the front frame, A3 is the middle one and A2 is the one at the back.


So, how does it work?

If you'd like to learn a little more about what happens behind the scenes, take a look here. 

Let's go!