Ultrashop is an Online Art Gallery.

We offer you Artworks by International Artists in limited editions, numbered and signed. Designed notebooks handcrafted in our little studio.

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As artists developing our own website we wanted to invite artists to join us. The Ultrashop gallery progress organically, evolving in step with our initiatives. We are confident that by joining forces our chances of success, as well as individual and collective visibility increase.

Art Gallery

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.

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

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Stationery

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.

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

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Backstage

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Ultrashop in situ

Virtual reality. This page shows you simulated potential scenarios featuring original art prints in your space.
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Handmade by Ultrashop

Ultrashop.fr is a website selling contemporary works of art. The pure and simple presentation is designed to showcase the carefully selected works of art. We share a love with our partners of beautiful work and fine materials, combining tradition and modernity.

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Mounting and Framing

Resulting from an invention at the start of the 20th century by an American, floater frames are intended to enhance the work of artists. Widely used by galleries and museums, the technique involves leaving 1 or 2 cm between the work and the edge of the frame to create an impression of floating and depth.