We guarantee the highest resolution print out there!
Our photo prints are all printed on thick archival acid free papers. Choose our Pearlized Lustre paper for a classic yet high-quality finish or upgrade to our Premium Fine Art Cotton paper for a gallery-grade print.
Our machines use some of the highest grade pigments out there. We have spent years testing and perfecting our map color combinations so that you receive the greatest saturation of inks giving a rich depth of color in all our prints.
Our team of printing professionals make each of our prints to order. This means we never hold stock but make each of your photo prints custom. Our team of experts can quality control and color match every single print that goes out our doors.
Your order is always packaged for best defense against shipping damages. Unfortunately damages can occur on occasion so If any part of your order is damaged during transit we will replace your order no questions asked!
FREE SHIPPING! For the USA, Canada and UK we offer free shipping on all orders. If you are located in the US, Canada or Europe, orders are printed locally to you and you will not be charged duty. All of our packages are insured and will be reprinted should they be lost in transit.
We stand behind our work so much that we have a 100% gurantee on all orders. Occasionaly a print is made in error or a mistake slips through our quality control. If this should happen we will replace your order until we get it right.
As soon as we receive your order, each print is custom-made and packaged with you in mind.
Our maps are expertly designed with the highest resolution 30cm imagery for the sharpest details and boldest colors.
Free shipping available on orders over $75.
We guarantee a crisp print and will replace any prints damaged in transit.
Our - Earth Photographys are made from 30 cm multi-spectral imagery (geek speak!) which means that you'll get an unbelievably high-resolution print. All of our - Earth Photographys are an un-tiled snapshot from space capturing a single moment in time revealing the planets surface as would be seen in orbit. These prints give you a glimpse into an astronauts daily office views.
Other features include:
- Available in 3 sizes
12x18, 18x24, 24x36
- Two Print Choices
Classic Luster Print or Photographers Grade Metallic Print
Banks Peninsula is a peninsula of volcanic origin on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand. It has an area of approximately 1,150 square kilometres or 440 sq miles. The South Island's largest city, Christchurch, is immediately north of the peninsula. Three successive phases of Māori settlement took place on the peninsula, which is still known to Māori as Te Pataka o Rakaihautu (The Storehouse of Rakaihautu). Rakaihautu brought the Waitaha to the South Island in the waka (canoe) Uruao; they were the first people to light the fires of occupation. Thus Banks Peninsula was named Te Pataka o Rakaihautu in recognition of his deeds and the abundance of mahinga kai (foods of the forests, sea, rivers and skies) found on the peninsula. Waitaha settled there first, followed by Kāti Mamoe, and then Ngai Tahu took over in the 17th century. The crew of Captain James Cook became the first Europeans to sight the peninsula on 17 February 1770, during Cook's first circumnavigation of New Zealand. Deceived by the outline of higher land behind the peninsula, Cook mistook it for an island and named it "Banks Island" in honour of Endeavour's botanist, Joseph Banks