The Jeep FC 170
Historic Jeep Photographed in Downtown Glendale
The Jeep Forward Control is a truck that was produced by Willys Motors, later named Kaiser Jeep, from 1956 to 1965. It was also assembled in other international markets. The layout featured a cab over (forward control) design.
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Premium Metallic PhotoGloss Paper from Canon offers a unique metallic pearlescent image after printing with either dye or pigmented inks. The paper itself is resin-coated and has a microporous glossy coating with mica pigments that help produce the metallic look, reminiscent of traditional silver halide prints. It is designed for use in a variety of applications, including POS signage, graphic art reproduction, exhibition graphics, posters, high-end photography, and more
Q. ARE PRINTS FRAMED OR MATTED?
I do not offer those options at this time, partly due to prohibitive shipping costs. Your local framer will help you pick just the right frame for your print. I highly recommend an independent frame shop over a big box store. If you go the online route for matting, Matboard and More does custom mats for an affordable price. DO NOT forget to always specify acid-free, museum-grade mat board to keep your print from becoming damaged over time.
The best protection you can give your print is to "store" it in a mat, behind UV-protection glass or Plexiglas, and in a frame away from direct sunlight; I highly recommend doing so right away. If you cannot frame your print right away, please store it flat, taking care to protect the surface from scratches and indentations.
Cancellations can be made within 24 hours of the order. After 24 hours, no cancellations will be allowed.
I can only accept returns on damaged photographs caused by shipping (shipping materials must be saved in order to receive a refund).
If you receive a damaged photograph, contact me within 24 hours. Save the box and all packaging material because I MUST have all these items in order to process the claim. If materials are thrown out, I am unable to process any claims.
I strive for image accuracy and color fidelity, but, in some cases, the visual representation may be approximate or slightly different due to the nature of your monitor calibration while viewing websites.
Each fine art print comes with a Hahnemühle Certificate of Authenticity with two matching, serialized, numbered holograms that I recommend affixing to the back of the frame of your print (not the print itself!). This certificate, signed by me, documents the artist's name, print size, date the image was created, where the print was created, its own unique serial number, the production technique, and the archival materials used to create your artwork. Your receipt will also be signed, which is another method of proving authenticity. You'll want to have these if I kick the bucket and my artwork suddenly is worth millions.
By default, all prints are open editions unless otherwise stated next to each picture on the website. By its very nature, and in stark contrast to other artforms, photography is intended to be reproduced. The common practice in the fine art world is to produce fine art photography in limited editions, setting a fixed number of prints for the print run, in order to create scarcity and allow for the work to appreciate in value. The size of the print run plays an important role in determining value.
Each limited edition print is numbered in the order it is produced. All limited edition Kevin Weinstein prints will have the number of the edition next to the photographer's signature in the bottom margin.