Prints

I have been asked several times if my pictures are available as prints as well. Therefore I created a shop where you can by some of my pictures as canvas print, framed print, art print, acrylic print, metal print, greeting card, phone case, t-shirt, etc.

You will find the store by clicking here.

Alternatively, you can also access it via my website or Facebook.

If you cannot find a picture you would like to acquire in the official store, please post the name in the comments field and I will try to upload it to the store as quickly as possible. If you like to license a picture, please send me an e-mail or contact me via one of my social media channels.

A preview of some pictures with direct links you will also find by clicking through the gallery:

17 comments

  1. Reference:
    Invisible by Rabirius
    Image Size: 5.38″ x 8.00″
    Total Size: 7.38″ x 10.00″
    Print Material: Archival Matte Paper
    Finishing: Rolled in a Tube

    Dear Rabirius, the “shipping” will cost me more than the print itself.
    I live in Wiesbaden, which is near Frankfurt, where you live if I ‘m not mistaken.
    Is there a workaround possible?
    Cheers, Matt

    • Yes, I noticed that as well. But the problem is you don’t really have any good printers that offer selling your stuff in Europe as well. There are some that have translated web pages but everything is printed in the US as well – and most of them only have a few print options and therefore offer all kinds of T-Shirts, ashtrays and that sort of things.

      At the moment I am speaking with some printers here (I noticed that you need to keep an eye on the quality, otherwise the pictures don’t look very good) for an exhibition. Maybe there is something that can be done. I will get back to you on this.

      Greetings,
      rabirius.

    • Not really. I tried to sign up with some kind of German shop – but somehow there were a lot of technical problems – and I noticed that the prices for printing were higher that the service I’m using now – including packaging.
      And I’m still checking regular printers – though I noticed a lot of them don’t have a convincing quality.

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