Hurricane Harvey Relief Print - Your own photo

Hurricane Harvey Relief Print - Your own photo

Regular price $57.00 Sale

Two things we love here at SubShots are making pictures and helping people.  As you all know, the people of Houston need our help now!  Please upload and purchase an 8" x 12" metal print of your photo and we will donate $40.00, of the $57.00 + shipping you spend, to Houston Texans J.J. Watt's wildly successful YouCaring Drive. THAT’S OVER 70% OF THE COST OF THE PRINT THAT WILL BE DONATED. The remaining money that you pay ($17.00 + shipping) goes to a portion of the costs associated with ink, blank metal, and the aluminum and connectors to construct our ready to hang mounts. ALL LABOR to make these pictures IS BEING DONATED to increase how much we give to Hurricane Harvey relief. Once we get our first proceeds, we will make weekly donations to the YouCaring drive, send you those receipts, and send receipts you can use for your tax return.

Here are the advantages of our Metal prints.

High level color and image quality.

No glass needed! The sublimated aluminum can can be suspended off the wall by using our included floating wall mount.

As large as 48x96". Multiple panels can be joined together to create larger installations.

65+ Years before fading - beats leading paper prints.

Due to the relatively low ink and other raw material cost as well as not needing to frame these prints, the pricing is competitive to other print types.

Dyes are infused beneath the exterior coating through sublimation. This makes it more durable than traditional paper and canvas imaging because it can’t be scratched or peeled off the surface.

No need to worry about fingerprints or blemishes. A microfiber cloth and household cleaner can be used to clean these prints. Perfect for public spaces and other high traffic areas.

Though extremely rigid and durable, the 90% recycled aluminum is light weight and easy to hang.  A 40x60" panel with a aluminum float backing weighs approx. 13lbs.

Dye Sublimation inks are non-toxic water based inks. During sublimation they do not turn to liquid; they go directly to gas. There is no run off.