[RUSTY iPHONES??? What's it all about? To find out, click here.]

We sell a range of fine-art prints in different sizes by photographer Nigel Williams.

Prints are available of anything from the K-scopes book, the Pacific Northwest Iron book, and any other images you come across on the Orlogik Books website.
Stop press: new image gallery "Pre-dereliction" here.

Prices are typically as follows:

Shipping and handling are FREE to most places in the UK. For other places, please tell us where you are and we will compute the shipping cost.

Place your order here - tell us what you want and to which country you would like it sent, and we will confirm the total price before we ask you for payment.

Payment can be via PayPal, either using your own PayPal account, or by debit/credit card. We will also accept cheques, if you are prepared to wait while the cheque clears! Cheques in currencies other than GBP may attract additional bank charges, which we will have to pass on to you.

Prints are on Fuji Crystal Archive photographic paper, and are printed on a ZBE Chromira LED printer. The actual size you will receive may vary slightly, according to the aspect ratio of the image.

The 40" x 30" size is awesome, comes highly recommended, and is excellent value.

Prints are also available of images shown in two other online galleries, as follows:

Canvas prints:

We also offer prints directly embossed onto canvas. These are made using 340gsm polycotton canvas, hand-stretched over low-resin anti-warp Baltic pine stretchers, complete with hanging fittings. They are good quality and excellent value.

Sizes and prices are typically as follows:

Please note that the pictures may need to be cropped to fit according to the size you choose and the aspect ratio (width vs. height) of the original image - let us know which image you are interested in, and we will tell you which sizes are most appropriate. Please also bear in mind that the images are wrapped around the sides of the stretchers to a depth of approximately 30mm - this means that items near the edge of images may fold around the sides - which may be appropriate; or it may not!

Like our conventional prints, shipping and handling are FREE to most places in the UK. For other places, please tell us where you are and we will compute the shipping cost.

Please contact us here to place an order.

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Prints from

Customers in North America can purchase a range of prints of images from the "K-scopes" and "Pacific Northwest Iron" books, along with a few other select images by Nigel Williams, from "Artist Rising" (the "new artists" branch of Art.Com). Their website offers extensive facilities for choosing mounts, frames, etc, if required, together with very effective visualisation tools (i.e. what will it look like on the wall?). The Orlogik gallery on ArtistRising can be found by clicking on their banner below.

Customers outside North America can also use this facility to buy prints of course, but the prices are in US dollars, and the pictures are printed in and shipped from the USA. Obviously, we would prefer customers from the UK to order directly from us (it makes much more environmental sense, and of course we make more money that way!).
Prints of images not available via can of course still be ordered directly from us from anywhere in the world.

Prints from RedBubble

Customers in Australia can purchase a similar range of prints (and greetings cards -- and t-shirts) from RedBubble, who are based in Melbourne. The slideshow below shows some of the prints and cards available from RedBubble:

The Orlogik gallery on RedBubble can be found by clicking on their button below.
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Prints from ImageKind

Prints are also available from, of Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. The Orlogik gallery on ImageKind can be found by clicking on their button below.
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Rusty Prints?

Have you heard about our rusty iPhones? If you're not an iPhone fan, but you like the look, you can buy prints from our partners Society6 here.

Rusty Frames?

If you would like your rusty prints with a rusty frame, you might like to have a look at the "Developed Frame" series here. New ones are available to commission: choose your print and frame style, and we will make it for you! Contact us here for a quote.

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