The sad story about bees is that their habitats are vanishing and two types have completely disappeared. These docile flyers feed their larva the protein from pollen until they’re old enough to travel great distances for sugary nectar. Their large families can number in the tens of thousands of female worker bees. After their winter hibernation these spring-time insects need the energy from fresh blossoms to continue their meticulous work. Hang this print on your wall and taste the sweet honey of victory in your support for a diminishing species.
Please see below for a visual representation of the different available print sizes.
Frame is not included, and is intended for reference only.
Beautifully textured, cotton canvas produces an unrivaled heirloom quality to each piece of VOL25 art. Canvas has been our signature paper since 2008. It is something you have to hold in your hands to truly appreciate. To guarantee the highest heirloom, archival quality, we print in house with pigmented inks.
Curious how you should frame your canvas paper? I often get asked this question and thought it best to put together a dedicated post on the subject. See HERE ❤
Over the last 10 years I have been including an extra white border with each print. In most cases the larger paper size broadens your framing options, and allows a little more creativity. This is especially true with the scientific prints featuring a white background. I realize the space you have intended for your art may or not benefit from the extra real estate in paper. So, I am happy to cater to your individual need. If you are ordering anything smaller than a 20x24 and would prefer the actual art size be shipped, please leave me a note upon checkout and I will be happy to trim the excess off for you. See the following for actual paper sizes including the white border...
8X10 ON 8.5X11 PAPER
11X14 ON 12X17 PAPER | 16X20 ON 17X21 PAPER
Note: All prints larger than a 16x20" are trimmed by default.
There is simply no comparison to our signature premium canvas paper. From the very beginning of VOL25, we have printed exclusively on canvas paper. 10 years later, I feel this paper has become an important part of my identity as an artist. See why thousands of VOL.25 collectors love this beautifully textured cotton paper.