Perfect Background for Your Calligraphy
A perfect background for your text makes the calligraphy look even better. Practically every written word you’ll see in advertisement or any media has a background. Not just a plain color or parchment background. The visual picture with the words just pops!
Your hand written calligraphy will be scanned and printed on a choice of background. Then, a high resolution giclee printer, makes the calligraphy look like an original, but with the advantage of being able to print with a great background, or a personal photo of your choice. (Please note that even the “parchment paper” choices are photographs of actual parchment paper, and your calligraphy will not be printed on actual animal skin. (read more about “parchment”)
How to Pick a Great Background
So many people say they’re not creative and can’t think of what a good background would be. Read here to release your inner creativity and learn how to pick the perfect image for your text. There are a just a few backgrounds on this page. But you have a world of choices available to you. If you don’t see an image that feels right for your project please take a few moments to browse StockFresh. You can also choose www.Pixabay.com.
Use keywords in the search bar. When you find images that you like please either create a ‘light-box’ and include the URL in your custom request or simply send the URL to the single images.
On this page, you can click on an image to expand your view. Note that these are small versions of the high-resolution images that we have on file for use in custom pieces. They can be used as the entire background, or just a small boxed area on the calligraphy art piece.
Your Own Photo in the background
If you would like to submit your own photo for use with your custom piece it must be high-resolution with at least 240 DPI. Photos by other photographers are accepted but will require a written release for use in your project. I may not be able to write the calligraphy superimposed on your photo, but it can also be “boxed” on the side of the text. That also works out well. You can send me the photo along with your request for more information.