Print details:Size: A3+ (482mmW x 330mmD) (19"W x 13"D)
Stock: 300GSM MOAB Lasal Exhibition Luster 300 semi-gloss. Archival grade.
Inks: Pigment based Canon Lucia fade resistant archive grade.
Prices and Delivery:The listed prices are in Australian dollars and include 10% Goods and Services Tax. Overseas purchases are exempt from this tax.
Allow 14 days for delivery within Australia.
International delivery will depend on location and shipping method. Email for a time estimate.
The PrintsGrubby Fingers Limited Edition prints are detailed, accurate, high quality and long lasting. The attention to detail in the illustrations and the quality of the print materials mean you will have an image of aviation history to enjoy for years to come. They make outstanding and appreciated aviation gifts for enthusiasts and pilots. Grubby Fingers aircraft prints are printed in-house at Grubby Fingers. Each print is checked for quality.
The ArtworkEach Grubby Fingers profile is meticulously researched. Many reference images are collected and, where feasible, I study an actual prototype. I talk to aviation historians, manufacturers, operators and relevant organisations. All gathered information is compiled and compared against written references to verify details. Many hours of work are done before I draw the first line and I check each part of the drawing against reference photos as I progress.
VariationsIf there is a particular subject you are after that is not currently offered by Grubby Fingers, drop us a line with some details and we'll get back to you with a quote for your exclusive print.
About the Artist:Graeme Molineux was born in Melbourne, Australia, in 1962 (You do the math!) and has had a lifelong fascination with aviation. He has spent most of his working life in the Graphics and Advertising industries and has spent well over twenty years working with Photoshop and Illustrator. He is a member of the Aviation Historical Society of Australia (AHSA), the Australian Society of Aviation Artists (ASAA) and a member and occasional volunteer at Moorabbin Air Museum. He has been creating aircraft and vehicle profiles seriously since 2004.
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