Where are these products made?

All our products are made in Australia. The original watercolours are hand painted by Natalia in her home studio at Williamstown, Melbourne. All prints are made by the artist in collaboration with an Australian professional fine art printer.

How are these artworks printed?

All our art prints are giclée digital prints using archival inks on museum grade quality paper.

How should I frame my artwork?

Our art prints are suitable for any type of framing including premade frames but we highly recommend using a professional framer since watercolours and prints are best preserved under a UV coated glass front to protect it from sunlight, dust and moisture. For a minimalistic look use oak or natural light wood frames like in our pictures and float mount the artworks in the picture frame. Our sets work well in cluster compositions. Place the artworks no more than 2 inches apart from each other.

Do you do collaborations?

Yes. I’m always open to collaborating with others and fully embrace the power of collaboration versus competition.

Do you do custom or commissioned paintings?

Yes. Send me an email with your requirements and am very happy to have a conversation about the project.

How long does the shipping normally take?

Processing time: 1 - 3 business days

Estimated shipping time: 1 - 2 weeks

Processing time: 2 - 4 business days

Estimated shipping time: 1 - 2 weeks
In transit time is based on the final location.

Please refer to Shipping & Returns for more shipping information.

Do you ship internationally?

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Im looking for more opportunities to license these artworks by creating fresh, marketable pieces, with broad decorative appeal, that focus on current design and home decor trends.

Currently working with Brisbane based homewares wholesaler Rayell