Ultrashop
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Art Gallery
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Our Fine Art Prints are Acid free and lignin-free \ Pure cotton \ Long life ISO 9706 \ UltraChrome K3 pigment inks \ Colour stability \ UV resistance.

Fine art print is the top of the range exhibition quality printing standard. For this purpose we have chosen Hahnemühle professional paper that ensures an excellent printed work. The UltraChrome pigmented inks provide stable colours and deep blacks. Ultrashop offers you two types of framing: Dibond® mounting and Floater frames.

stationery

Our Stationery is Acid free \ Elemental chlorine free \ Heavy metal absence \ Long life Iso 9706 \ FSC certified papers \ PEFC \ Imprim’vert \ Selected secondary fibers

Luxurious, handcrafted designer notebooks produced in our small Parisian workshop. They are absolutely perfect for noting down things and thoughts on a daily basis. We chose Fedrigoni paper for its excellent quality and for being environmentally friendly.

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Interviews
Patrick Warner- Lolo Montana Cargo - ultrashop Read more

More about Patrick Warner

I’ve always like cinema and film, so photography seemed like a natural extension of that. One of my favorite filmmakers, Stanley Kubrick started off his career as a photographer when he was a kid. I found his street photography work and decided to take the plunge into photography.

Me And The Two Of Them Michael Ernest Sweet Ultrashop Read more

More about Michael Ernest Sweet

Photography was always in the mix too. I began photographing when I was a teenager with my aunt’s Pentax K1000. My aunt, Susan, went to art school and she had a darkroom in our family home. Photography kind of just stuck with me from there.

24 hours by train - ultrashop - Claire Chauvel Read more

More about Claire Chauvel

Painting allows me to express myself while being in tune with my mind. Thinking without using words makes the brain operate quite differently to usual. This is what I find particularly fascinating about painting. It’s a world in its own right.

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