If the art you choose can say something about you,
surely a home is more welcoming with art hanging on your walls!
Through a long time shared love of photography and interior design that has remained for in excess of 15 years
and tired of seeing mass-produced, poor quality printed photographs,
Deb Boots is excited to launch her first collection of limited edition photographic art prints.
A collection of original and unique images, tightly curated from thousands of images created over several years.
Inspired by travel, nature, colour and texture.
The selected images resonate with Deb personally but images she feels
both interior designers and DIY decorators will visually connect with.
The first print collection includes breathtaking landscapes from the Grand Canyon and Californian desert,
textures in nature, palm trees and architectural photographs that are unique yet contemporary.
Printed on archival, premium art papers was a key factor while still accommodating budget conscience art lovers.
The prints can be purchased unframed, framed or as stretched canvases.
All printing and framing is done in Australia to support local industry.
The Print Shop is the destination for unique wall art and we are continually adding new prints to the collection.
“Be as adventurous with your wall art as you are in life.
This collection of photographic prints has been captured and curated
with art lovers, interior designers and DIY decorators in mind.
Images that evoke feelings, create mood, allow one to daydream,
provide inspiration through creative abstract and surprising quirky pieces,
and a space of enjoyment, peace and tranquility.
Bigger truly is better especially when it comes to your art.
Go big with large-scale, oversized art when decorating one’s home
with feature statement pieces in living areas.
Continuing with collections of images that tell a story – through colour, place, shapes or subject
are perfect for hallway galleries, office spaces and bedrooms.
Filling reading nooks and shelves with smaller framed prints.
Photographs can be purchased as fine art prints in a few ways :
If you have any other questions, visit the FAQs page.
Take a wander through Deb’s favourite travel photos and
you too can now have them hanging in your home as photographic wall art.