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Du kan beställa alla teckningar från bloggen som konsttryck på fint papper!
  De finns antingen som förstorade bilder på ett A4-ark (20x30 cm) med nedre marginal 4 cm, eller i naturlig storlek, centrerad, på ett A5-ark (20x15 cm).
  Bildkvalitén blir bättre än på bloggen, eftersom här är de ofta avfotograferade med en enkel kamera. Jag skannar från originalen med hög bildkvalitet.
  Pappret är med grov gräng (som akvarellpapper) och trycket är beständigt över tid, så det inte bleknar. Sådana här tryck ska man montera med passepartout bakom glas för att bevara kvalitén på trycket.
  Priset är för A4 180 kronor och A5 100 kronor. Trycket signeras, dateras och numreras.
  Du kan även höra av dig om du vill använda bilden på något annat sätt, som illustration till exempel, eller tröjtryck.
  Jag gör även nya bilder på beställning. Kontakta mig så kommer vi överens.
  När du beställer, ange så exakt det går vilken bild du vill ha och skicka informationen och din kontaktinformation till

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You can order all drawings from the blog printed on art paper!
  Either you can choose original size, centered on A5-paper (20x15 cm). Alternatively you can order an enlargement printed on A4-paper (20x30 cm). The margin will be approximately 4 cm.
  The image quality will be high resolution, scanned from the originals.
  The paper is high quality art print paper. Not glossy. It will age very slowly. This kind of prints are to be mounted behind frames and framed with passepartouts.
  The price for A5 is 100 kronor and for A4 180. The print will be signed, dated and numbered. Payable through Paypal, preferrably.
  If you want to use the image in another way - for instance as an illustration or a tee-shirt print, just write me.
  I also make new images on commission. Contact me for illustrations!
  When you order a drawing from the blog, please state as precisely as possible the image you want. Send your order or questions to

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