Guildford Guildhall, Surrey
The grade 1 listed Guildhall is a historic building which houses the Civic plate and many rare items. The guildhall, which was initially used as a courtroom and was built around 1550. The Council Chamber was added in 1683. The building facade was also constructed in 1683 and features an iconic projected clock. The clock was presented to the Council by a London clockmaker, John Aylward, in return for being allowed to trade in the borough. This image was photographed with a circa 1974 Olympus OM1 MD 35mm SLR film camera. Kodak Colorplus ISO 200 film was used and it was developed by myself. I re-photographed the negative digitally on a full frame SLR camera using a macro lens.
Our images are printed using premium K3 print technology on Hahnemühle Fine Art Torchon matt photographic paper. The special feature of the light white paper (285 g/m²) is its material: 100% alpha-cellulose defines the characteristically coarse texture. It gives your image a timeless, true-to-the-original charisma with a 3D effect. The hand-made style paper is highly water resistant and the use of premium K3 Epson prints ensures luminous colours and deep blacks for at least 100 years.
Textile print on stretcher frame – a fabric print using modern technology
Your image will be printed on fabric in razor-sharp quality and with brilliant colours and with its subtly textured surface; it transforms any photo into a unique gallery work that is full of life. During the thermal sublimation process, the colours are completely evaporated into the material. The resolution of up to 720 dpi and the enlarged CMYK colour spectrum allows accurate colour reproduction with clear contours. We only use textiles that are free of harmful substances and that have been awarded the internationally recognised Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification. Your image is mounted on the solid wood stretcher frame in its true form using only, high quality stretcher frames made of solid wood. The spruce wood comes from German suppliers and is sourced from sustainable forests. To give the stretcher frames permanent protection from losing shape, we triple reinforce the corners under the textile print using metal braces. When mounting on the stretcher frame we avoid using wedges – the frame is so stable that you won't need to loosen or tighten it at a later stage and it will arrive ready to hang.
For any other printing requirements, sizes or framing please contact us and we will be happy to help.