A unique piece of family art created from a set of family birthdays - and you can read the birthdays from the artwork. We use the actual dates (day and month) to create the geometric artwork so the image is a representation of the dates without having to use text.
- In each ring, the outer part shows days and the inner part shows months - just count the arrow heads. For 12th June, the outer ring has 12 arrow heads and the inner ring has 6 arrow head. Beautifully simple!
- A unique piece of family art for a unique family - the family names appear below the artwork.
- Wall art with a graphic art image may be more appealing in your home than typographic wall art.
- This graphic wall art has a great story - imagine explaining it to whoever sees it.
- Text at the bottom of the print identifies each of the dates
- Include your own message too
Who would love this print?
- a family - use the dates of family member's birthdays for a unique family artwork
- someone who'd prefer to have beautiful images in their home instead of numbers and words
- someone who loves simplicity
Make your print personal
- tell us between 2 and 7 family birthday dates and names
- choose a colour scheme
- add your own message to make it really personal
- colour schemes: black + multicolour, white + multicolour, green, blue, pink + orange
- A4, A3, 30x40 cm, 12x16 inches, 12x12 inches, 16x16 inches, 12x12 inch canvas
- printed on high quality matte paper with high quality inks for excellent longevity and fade resistance
- canvas prints are on acid-free poly-cotton base, 20.5 mil thick canvas, 470 g/m², with hand glued solid wood stretcher bars, 1.5 inches deep. Mounting brackets are included.
How long will it take?
Once we have all the information we need for this print we'll usually complete the design and send it to the printer within one working day - click the 'Shipping and Estimated Delivery Times' link at the bottom of this page for delivery times
If you'd like this print in a different size or colour, get in touch with us (see 'Got a question?' at the bottom of this page). We'll probably be able to help!