'Kalopsia' Digital Painting by Mat Miller
Sold by Mat Miller. Fulfilled by Illustrate.
Exclusively designed by Mat Miller. Traditionally illustrated, digitally painted.
Mat is a British artist, in fact a Bristol local, who, working out his studio on Stokes Croft, uses a combination of traditional illustration and digital painting to create dazzling, vibrant multi-media pieces.
Here is 'Kalopsia' meaning "the delusion of believing things to be more beautiful than they are." A stunning surreal piece - all prints are printed to order, professionally reproduced to the highest standard in our workshop in Bristol.
- A4 prints, printed onto high quality A4 (8.27" x 11.69") 300gsm fine art smooth paper. All A4 prints are signed by the artist.
- A3 prints, printed onto high quality A3 (11.69" x 16.53") 300gsm fine art smooth paper. All prints are signed by the artist.
- A2 prints, printed onto high quality A2 (16.53" x 23.39") 300gsm fine art smooth paper. All prints are signed by the artist.
- A1 prints, printed onto high quality A1 (23.4" x 33.1") 300gsm fine art smooth paper. All prints are signed by the artist.
Please note: Frame is not included.
All images are copyrighted by Mat Miller.
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If you live in the UK, your order should take no more than 2-5 working days depending on your chosen delivery method. If you spend £50 or over UK postage is FREE. If you spend £100 or over worldwide postage is FREE. Excludes skateboards, longboards & art decks as these items require a courier service!
If you live outside the UK, delivery time can be anything from 2-5 weeks, depending on how far your order has to travel. If it doesn’t arrive within a month of your order please get in touch.
Please note: If ordering prints, on arrival remove your print from the delivery tube, spread it flat and place a flat object with a smooth surface (e.g. a book) on the top. After a few minutes, your print will return to its original shape. Shipping in a roll is the safest form of print transportation. Thanks for your understanding.