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PHOTO PRINTS

Prints are on Hahnemuhle heavy weight (315 gsm) 100% archival cotton “Photo Rag Baryta”, using archival inks and archival spray coating for a life of 200-years before any deterioration of the print will be observed when stored, handled and displayed under archival conditions.
John prints, titles, dates, signs and archival coats all of his photos.
*Image size and measurements are approximate.

FRAMED PRINTS

John’s prints (as described above) are framed to meet all Library of Congress standards with non-glare, UV protected Museum Glass over 100% Cotton RagMat and backing board. The matting adds approximately 20% around the print size, with a traditional bevel-cut. The black wood frame is approximately a .5-inch wide and 1-inch deep.
*Image size and measurements are approximate.

CANVAS PRINTS

What is often called “Gallery Wrap Canvas” is a fine art inkjet (Giclee) print, on canvas, with printed edges to wrap around a wooden stretcher frame, like a painting. Canvas can also be rolled and shipped with no effect to the print. Then, your local framing shop should be able to mount the canvas to stretchers for you at a fraction of the cost of traditional framing, making for an overall more economical way to get fine art on your wall. The canvas is printed to wrap around a 1-inch stretcher (1.5-inches on larger sizes). Specifications will be provided with your order. Feel free to contact us if you need guidance with your canvas order.
STRETCHED CANVAS: We do offer a “Canvas - Stretched” option if you prefer, so your artwork arrives ready to hang on your wall.
*Image size and measurements are approximate.

ORDERS

PHOTO PRINT ORDERS

All orders are custom printed using a two day process. Day 1: Print, dry, title, and sign. Day 2: Archival coat, and cure. Orders are added to our queue in the order received. Please allow a week to process, print and ship your order.

ROLLED vs FLAT SHIPPING

ROLLED: Small size prints ship flat by standard. For larger prints, we ship rolled and sealed in sturdy shipping tubes. If a print is properly rolled and not overly tightened, it has little effect on the print. It can be pressed flat and framed with no noticeable difference to the print. Prints can be rolled two-per-tube, so shipping is the same in quantities of two. Shipping costs are shown after entering a shipping address.
FLAT: Some collectors prefer to not have their prints rolled, so we also offer flat shipping. Shipping flat can cost nearly twice as much as shipping rolled. Although, multiple prints can be shipped in a single flat package, so if you are ordering multiple quantities (usually more than four), flat shipping may make economical sense. Shipping costs are shown after entering a shipping address.

FRAMED PRINT ORDERS

Framing orders may take an additional two to three weeks to ship. Someone (most likely John) will contact you to keep you up-to-date on your order process.

CANVAS PRINT ORDERS

ROLLED: Canvas orders shipped rolled may take an additional week to process and ship.
STRETCHED: Stretched canvas orders may take an additional two to three weeks to process and ship.

John Wehrheim

In 1975, John began working for the Kauai Historical Society and State Foundation on Culture and Arts photographing a collection of plantation-era architecture, scenes, and people, part of which was published as THE KAUAI ALBUM. A photo from that collection made the January 2016 cover of THE SUN magazine.

John produced two award-winning and highly acclaimed book/movie projects: “Bhutan” and “Taylor Camp.” “Bhutan” won two Emmy® Awards for Best History/Culture and Best Music.

Michael Pollan (How to Change Your Mind & Omnivore's Dilemma) wrote about Taylor Camp, "It's spectacular! ... The photography is gorgeous. Beyond that how fortunate that such a utopian experiment was so lovingly documented.”

Paul Theroux, America’s leading travel writer had this to say about the film: "Impressive! A real time capsule of an era and a place - humane and atmospheric - and news to most people. I love the Before and After faces and bodies, and the theme of violated Eden, or After the Fall…”

In the ’70s, John worked for the Sierra Club Bulletin, National Geographic and Time-Life Books. More recently his work has been published by Smithsonian, Honolulu Magazine, Huffington Post, London Daily Mail, Slate, Buzz Feed, Trip, The Sun, and First To Know and featured in the 50th Anniversary Issue of The Surfer’s Journal. Additional print articles and blogs featuring John’s work have been published in England, France, Germany, Spain, Brazil, Japan, Thailand, and have had over 20 million magazine, blog, and social media views. Both of his recent books are in second printing, and Der Spiegel TV translated the HiDef remaster of “Taylor Camp” into German. “Bhutan” is still airing with an 8-year contract on PBS.