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Wall Art 250

The paper that looks great in a frame

A Premium Ultra Matt paper that is the perfect choice for photographers and artists looking to produce stunning art prints with exceptional image reproduction. Using the industry benchmark Epson printer and Epson UltraChrome archival inks this paper prints to perfection with all the right credentials. This sturdy paper is our best seller well-suited for all types of framing including the low cost frames from Ikea and others.

Artwork by Xelacreativestudio

  • Single file only. Will be uploaded once you click the 'Add To Cart' button.

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100% DAMAGE FREE GUARANTEE prints replaced if delivered damaged.

48hrs production time.
Please read our FAQs below. If you have any questions please use our Live Chat or email Once your order is placed we are not able to make changes.


we’ll gladly replace your prints if they are delivered damaged


with insurance & tracking for orders of $75 or more ($14.95 for orders less than $75)


to any Australian address with insurance & tracking for $19.95


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An exceptional print comes with a lot of features




DIY Framing




10+ Years


All image types


9 Colour Epson Pigment




Ultra Matt


250 gsm


Bright White

Questions about Wall Art 250 Prints

How can I avoid my image printing too dark compared to my screen?2021-02-02T12:53:05+10:00

There are a number of things that you can do to prevent this happening even when working with an uncalibrated screen. First, lower the brightness of your screen so that brightest part of your screen (white) has the same level of brightness as a white piece of paper. Once you have done this have a look at your image on a white, grey and black background. Reduce the image size on screen and review the image at a matchbox size (app 30x 40 mm ). Now adjust your image until you are happy with it whilst viewing it in each of the above scenarios and be assured that your printed result will not be too dark.

I have a technical question, who can I talk to?2021-02-02T12:53:37+10:00

Please have a look at our help page and if you cannot find the answers feel free to send us an email, Live Chat or give us a call.

Can I have borders on my print?2021-02-02T12:51:23+10:00

PosterFactory prints from print ready artworks so if you want borders please include them within your artwork. If you don’t have any imaging editing programs please have a look at or other online imaging editing platforms.

How do I set up my file?2021-01-25T12:25:28+10:00

In general 72 dpi (or above) at final print size will give you a good quality images. Text or logos should preferably be as vector files or minimum 100 dpi. You can learn more on our help page here. On this page you can also check that your image is the right proportions for the size you want to order.

Can’t find an answer? Check all our FAQS or talk to us on Live Chat below or get in touch

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Printing your art with PosterFactory is easy

It takes just 2 minutes to order your prints at PosterFactory. Simply choose your size, upload your image from your phone or computer and checkout. That’s it! If you get stuck just talk to us via our Chat Box. Fred or Melissa will be ready to help.

100% Happiness Guarantee

If you’re not happy with your prints we’ll work as hard as we can to make things right or provide a refund.

Fast & Affordable

With over 30 yrs printmaking experience behind us we have the know-how to produce quality prints quickly and at affordable prices.

Unbeatable quality

When you see your images hanging on the wall you won’t be disappointed, because this is our best wall art paper yet.

We are consistently rated 5 stars on Google

How to frame your art

Both the colour and shape of a frame are distinctive features that will enhance and complement your art. Spend the time to find the right one and there are inexpensive solutions.

What is the image focal point?
Full-bleed framing (the image sits edge to edge) is great for any print with a lot of negative (or empty) space. Adding an extra border (or Matt) around your photo can draw the eye towards the centre. The width of the border can be determined by balancing the space between the frame and image.

What’s the decor style of the room?
Choose from Rustic to Modern frame shapes and style to compliment the image and room and match the colour with one in your image or with your decor.

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