First: the watermarks you see will not be on your finished product! It's only for the website.

 

Not seeing a print that you would like?

Follow the steps below and I will get it uploaded to the site for you!

 

1. Email info@neverjordinary.com.

 

2. Include a screenshot of the photo you are interested in and the requested dimensions along with the materials you are interested in.

Not seeing the dimensions you'd like for a particular print?

 

Follow the steps below and if your requested dimensions are available, I will get it uploaded to the site for you!

 

1. Email info@neverjordinary.com.

 

2. Include a screenshot of the photo you are interested in and the requested dimensions.

 

Confused with all the different material types?

 

Here's my little cheat sheet on materials and what I like to print on!

 

PAPER

 

Cost effective and more traditional in nature.  Great for all image types in most rooms! Must be framed before hanging (read "Framing Options" below for ready to hang options).

Matte

Often used by professionals, matte photo paper is free of shine, resulting in more muted colors. This helps to make the texture of the image more pronounced and makes the paper ideal for highly detailed photos, such as shots of buildings.

Glossy

Glossy photo paper is shinier—this makes the color in your images “pop” on the sheet. The extra shine works well on print files with heavy color coverage, especially photographs and big graphics.

This effect also makes the color on the photo prints look like they have higher contrast.

 

Luster

Offers vibrant colors with minimal glare/gloss. Semi matte appearance. Tried and true and one of my personal favorites.


CANVAS

 

Ready to hang wall art on canvas. My favorite medium for rooms with lots of light.

 

Framed

You have the option to frame your canvas prior to adding it to your cart!

METAL

 

Dyes are infused directly onto an aluminum sheet to create a highly vibrant, detailed print that most closely resembles what you'd see on a backlit computer screen. These come as ready to hang pieces of art. Be cautioned they are highly glossy so glare is a concern if hung in rooms prone to lots of glare (lots of different light sources of many windows). I also tend to suggest not printing night imagery on these either as they show grain more then paper or canvas.