Oscar Cycling art print
Quality and sustainability is incredibly important to us.
- We print using an Epson 12-colour printer, which has the greatest & most varied colour gamut on the market.
- Every design is printed on to Etching Cotton Rag 315 GSM art paper, and 285 GSM semi-gloss paper (for photography prints).
- We plant one tree for every order through our website and send our framed orders in completely recyclable packaging. Find out more about our sustainability efforts.
We offer same-day shipping and have a return policy of up to 28 days after purchase.
We ship our orders on the same day as purchased (before 2pm) and they are usually delivered the next day. We're happy for you to return your order within 28 days of purchase.
For more information, please visit our delivery and returns page.
We offer a variety of framing options for our wall art prints.
For more information on framing, please visit our framing options. If you'd like more detailed information on the sizing of prints and frames, please visit our sizing guide.
Prints we provide are perfect to hang across your living space, or to send to someone as a present. New homeowners will greatly benefit from receiving one of our incredible prints, as will existing ones looking to transform their décor.
We work with greatly talented artists to provide you with excellent wall art, and this sports print is part of Goalfood’s Wild Oscars range.
- Print size 300 x 300mm
- Each design uses light fast ink
- The greatest materials are used for every piece
- We present showstopping prints for all to enjoy and admire.
The materials we use:
Etching Cotton Rag 315 GSM fine art paper is used for every design we print, and Photography prints use fibraprint, 285 GSM semi-gloss paper.
We use the Epson SC-P9500 for fabulous results and pristine printed designs, as this 12-colour large format printer provides a host of colours and outputs two separate black inks together for increased density. Colour accuracy is always achieved, too, thanks to the green, orange and violet colours produced.
The overall result? Stunning artwork that is more detailed and notable than ever before.