All our prints are created by our in-house team at the MinaLima print facility: The Art Printorium. We print on high-end digital printers on 100% cotton rag paper, using long-lasting, archival pigment inks. For our Wizarding World Premium Collections, we add gold, silver or colour foils by hand to imitate the original graphic prop from the films.
What is the difference between Premium and Standard prints?
Premium prints created with artwork from the Wizarding World usually are in a limited edition print run of 250. Each print is often embellished with gold, silver or colour foil, comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and is numbered, embossed and signed by Miraphora and Eduardo. In our Illustrated classics prints collection there are only 150 in a standard edition print run.
Standard prints created with artwork from the Wizarding World usually are in a limited edition print run of 1000. Each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and is numbered, embossed and signature-stamped. In our Illustrated classics prints collection there are only 250 in a standard edition print run.
Why are some Wizarding World prints available in just one size, and others in three sizes?
We reproduce artworks as close as possible to the size they appeared in the films. Sometimes this means we can offer different sizes, if there were different sizes in the films (e.g. posters, packaging designs). Although they may not be available online, if you would like to purchase one of these alternate sizes then please get in touch with us
Do your actual prints look exactly like the ones online?
We work on specially calibrated screens. Every artwork we print looks just like it appears on our screens. But all screens are different. This means colours and tones of actual prints could look different to what you see on your screen. Apart from colour and tone, they’ll be exactly the same, we try to make sure the photographs you see of our prints and products are as close possible to the real thing.
Is paper size and image size the same?
No. We have three standard paper sizes, and the image sizes vary according to the artwork. This means that all prints will have a white border. You can find the dimensions of the actual image size in the product description section on each product page, this is particularly helpful if you are thinking about framing your print.
How do I look after my piece?
We recommend that you try to frame it as soon as you can. Until then, keep it flat, between the sheets of tissue we sent it in, and out of harm’s way. If it’s curled up because of the tube it came in, put books or a flat weight on top to flatten it. If you are not able to keep it flat, rest assure it will flatten once it is inside a frame. Keep it away from direct sunlight, heat and humidity. If possible, keep your Certificate of Authenticity in the frame, too.
How do you send them?
Prints are sent in tubes and we use Royal Mail’s Signed For service. You will be able to track its journey online, you will need to sign for your order when it arrives and will be given an electronic proof of delivery, and you will be refunded if your order is damaged.
If you live outside the UK, we will use Royal Mail’s international airmail service. Please see the Delivery Charges section for prices and timings.