All artwork is signed, titled, dated, and numbered on archival labels en mount verso (on the back). A database is maintained designating ownership and date of acquisition. Some titles may have larger editions.


Original images are printed using archival pigment on professional photographic papers. All components use the best, most archivally-sound materials available as acceptable standards of the industry.

Photographs are mounted to an aluminum composite material boasting properties of rigidity, moisture-resistance, and smooth pH-neutral surfaces omitting "orange-peel" textures.


Artwork is either floated using archival spacers behind anti-reflective UV Museum Glass or coated using a high-end, UV-inhibiting matte acrylic.

Frame designs are solid wood, custom-joined and assembled by hand in the U.S.A. Frame depth is 2″ from wall to front edge and colors available in deep charcoal and white (shown at left).


Three size categories are available depending on artwork title. See chart below. Custom and larger sizing is available for panoramic work.

For artwork larger than 10 feet (120″), tiling is used whereby we print, mount, align/register, and frame individual pieces into a seamless framed or frameless whole. We custom fabricate rear stiffener panels and French-cleat hardware systems for easy, adjustable hanging. This process is conducive to a very contemporary display, particularly when frame moldings become limited in very large applications or glass/acrylic is not feasible. Inquire for details.

SQUARE—20×20”, 30×30”, 40×40”
PANORAMIC—12×30”, 18×45”, 23×60”, 34×90”, 45×120″
STANDARD—21×30”, 31×45”, 40×58”


Prices are tiered and increase as editions sell.
Please call for the most updated pricing.


Insured shipping is offered globally for all artwork, including prints and framed pieces. Professional packing is used to ensure safe transit. The cost of proper shipping is passed entirely onto you. (Containers and materials may be stored for future artwork transport.) Reinforced packaging, wooden crating, and various structures are custom-built to accommodate larger artwork and palletized, when appropriate. Tracking data will be provided and documentation for facilitated customs clearance can also be provided for international shipments.


Contemporary photographs need to be treated with care and respect in the spirit of promoting maximum longevity. Prints should never be displayed in poor conditions such as direct sunlight and extreme fluctuation of temperature, nor subjected to high humidity. To prevent degradation and promote longevity, they should be framed properly and displayed behind either glass, acrylic, or a protective barrier. Cleaning and displaying framed artwork in modern interior environments may require further knowledge for the overall health of artwork through time. It becomes the owner’s responsibility to explore, research, and educate oneself of its proper care and maintenance of fine art.


Each print and its likeness is owned exclusively by Christos J. Palios. Reproduction, or any attempt thereof, for any purpose without authorized consent, is absolutely prohibited.