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Eye-popping original art by David McClure. FREE UK delivery
Orders are usually despatched within two working days.

Eye-popping original art by David McClure

Gallery-quality fine art digital prints
We only use archival ink and acid-free paper to ensure exceptionally high-quality prints with vibrant, lasting colour.

Free UK delivery
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Visit our studio in Newcastle upon Tyne
Our studio is located at The Biscuit Factory, a large art gallery within easy walking distance of Newcastle city centre.

Read our buyers guide

“Bold and eye catching, on high quality paper stock. Can’t wait to get it framed and on the wall.”
Customer, August 2019

Buyers guide

Useful information about buying art from Velcrobelly

Delivery is FREE within the UKShipping costs are displayed at checkout for customers outside the UK.

When will my print arrive?
Print orders are despatched on Tuesday and Friday each week. Orders placed after noon on Tuesday/Friday will be sent on the following despatch day. Orders are posted 2nd class, recorded delivery via Royal Mail.

My print hasn’t arrived!
After you’ve received a despatch notification, please allow 10 working days for your print to arrive (in the UK), and 28 days if you’re outside the UK. In the unlikely event that it hasn’t arrived by then, please contact me and we’ll get the situation resolved asap.

My print is damaged!
All prints leave my studio in pristine condition and are securely packed, but mishaps do happen. If your print is damaged on arrival, please email me asap with a photograph of the damage. Then we can arrange return of the damaged print and delivery of a replacement or refund.

Payment information
Online payments are made using PayPal’s secure Express Checkout service. You don’t need a PayPal account and can choose to pay by credit or debit card.

Can I pay any other way?
If you would prefer to pay by direct bank transfer (BACS), please contact me with your order requirements and I’ll provide bank account details to make a payment. Once payment has been received your prints will be despatched.

Giclée, (g-clay), the French word for ‘spray’, refers to the ink jet printing process used to produce these beautiful fine art prints. Professional, fade-resistant inks and a range of high quality papers result in beautiful, fully archival prints with incredibly fine detail.

Photographic C-type prints are made by exposing light onto colour paper, which is then developed and washed using traditional photographic techniques.

Process colour
Process colour prints are created on an industrial printing press using cyan, magenta, yellow and black toner to reproduce an image.

Limited edition
A finite number of prints are produced and once sold out, no further prints will be available, ever! Each print will be signed and numbered (for example: 56/100), and will come with a certificate of authenticity.

Open edition
Produced to the same high standards as limited edition prints, but without a limit to the number produced or sizes available. These prints will be signed and come with a certificate of authenticity.