The most important part for me is to offer my works in Museum quality. The Limited edition prints are printed on archival smooth cotton matte stock - 325gsm paper and are custom produced for every order. Every print comes in an edition of 25 prints per image per size.

Above right: Printing of The Shakira, Show poster.

The printing process starts with a test strip from where i determine every prints final tone and gradiation. Once the final image is printed i hand sign and number it. This is my favourite step in my production as it marks it as an original edition print.


To finalize the art work i offer custom framing for all my prints. I was very lucky to find and work together with Kevin, founder and owner of Elevatordigital in Toronto. Kevin is known in the art industry for his exquisite custom framing and delivers every piece in real gallery quality. We use premium custom made wood frame moulding in matte white, matte black and natural maple. The glass we use is the Anti refelctive Acrylic glass to ensure the best quality and the safest option for our worldwide shipping.

We can also offer every custom framing option available and are very happy to produce alternative sizes and frames. Just email me a note and i will get back to you as soon as possible.


We ship all our works for free worldwide. Every print is insured and arrives “ready to hang” at your doorstep. On the backside of every frame you will find my Certificate of Authenticity and two hangers on each side to safely install your print at your home.

To make sure that your art arrives safe we custom build a wooden crate for every shipping. The plywood travel box is shock proof and sealed with art industry safety standards. Every shipping is insured and I will provide the exact tracking details after we ship out your order.

The art work will arrive at your doorstep and will need your personal signature to my courier service to be released safely to you.

See more impression from my printing and framing in Toronto in this behind the scenes video.


Copyright, Florian Innerkofler.