Deckled Edge Fine Art Prints

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Deckled Edge Fine Art Prints

Our most elegant print. Premium Torchon paper with a hand-torn edge.

Design Yours

Starts from $13.50

How It's Made

Our Deckled Edge Fine Art prints are produced using our top-of-the-line Inkjet print process. Each print is done on our Torchon Fine Art paper, with has a rich texture and sturdiness to it that embodies the handmade nature of this product. Once the image is printed, each edge is torn by hand, achieving the elegant deckled finish around the entire piece.

All Deckled Edge Fine Art prints are loose and unmounted. At this time we don't offer framing options, but we're working on it!

Printed on a luxurious, textured Fine Art paper, each print is TORN BY HAND resulting in a one-of-a-kind HEIRLOOM that'll last for a lifetime.

Why we like it

Great for Gifts

Like your mom always said, “sharing is caring.”

Statement Piece

Want to make an impact on your space? This will attract all the right attention.

Responsibly Chosen Materials

Produced with materials that have a lower environmental impact.

In Detail

Images are inset from the torn edge, resulting in clean lines and a beautifully textured border around the finished piece.

Our Mission

Top of the Line Products for your Creative Vision.

Trusted by the Pros

80,000 creative professionals all over the country use our products to showcase their brilliant work.

Made in Minnesota

We make every single product at our Twin Cities headquarters

Curated Craftsmanship

We carefully select and test each of our high quality products to ensure they'll stand the test of time.

Excellent Customer Service

No chat bots here. Just real, friendly people with decades of printing experience and industry knowledge.

Fine Art Inkjet

High-end Inkjet Printing, or Gicleé Printing, uses a variety of water-based inks to achieve a wide gamut of color and resistance to UV light.

Great For

Light + Airy Photography





Vintage Photography

When to choose Fine Art Inkjet Printing

Fine Art Inkjet Printing is somewhat taking over the industry, and a few things stand out. We print on museum-grade, 100% cotton papers that not only have that beautiful organic texture to them, they’ll also last a lifetime. Because Inkjet is comprised of a greater number of base pigments, it offers a wider color gamut than a traditional photographic print.

For those of you who are environmentally conscious, Inkjet uses water-based pigment inks which are more sustainable than petroleum-bases inks.

Our Fine Art Inkjet Options

Smooth Matte

With a smooth surface and vibrant color rendition, this paper is a wonderful choice for high-contrast, colorful images.


Subtle Matte

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Extra Smooth

This paper is the thickest of our options and has a soft, matte watercolor texture that’s less resistant to scratches and scuffs.



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Medium Texture

A Hahnemühle paper with a watercolor texture that’s ideal for warm-toned colors and monochrome prints.


Subtle Matte

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Slight Texture

The Fine Art Inkjet Process

The defining characteristic of Fine Art Printing is the ink and the application process. We use Aqueous Pigment Inks, which is a fancy way of saying water-based inks. Our high-end Inkjet printers utilize up to 10 base colors: the typical Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black, with additional Light Cyan and Light Magenta, and a series of Grey tones. With so many base colors to play with, Inkjet Printing can achieve a wider color gamut. In other words, Inkjet Printing can reproduce a larger number of tones on the color spectrum.

As the paper runs through the printer, an ultra accurate head moves across the sheet and lays the Aqueous Inks to create your image. Pigments adhere to the paper and the excess water is evaporated, leaving a higher chroma, or color purity. The Pigment Inks that we use are more durable than alternative dye-based inks. The resulting Fine Art Print has more resilient color and is resistant to UV light. In addition, these water-based inks are more environmentally friendly than petroleum-based inks in other formats.