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Japanese Maple

Very limited edition print. Available for 5 days only. Order now and receive in time for Christmas!*

Following a first prize for fine art photography in the prestigious International Photography Awards 2022, Tim continues his Botanical Opticals series with this new and extremely limited edition print. The Japanese Maple is a a highly prized and sought-after ornamental tree renowned for its beautiful vivid and delicate leaves.

Tim’s Botanical Opticals series of mandala-like patterns promote a sense of relaxation and wellbeing. The mandala is traditionally used in Buddhism and Hinduism to represent the universe. They are beautiful symbols to meditate with and focus on, and visually vibrate with a calm, balanced energy.

Printed on smooth heavyweight rag cotton art paper, these prints are offered in 4 edition sizes in very limited editions for a short time only. Once an edition sells out it will become unavailable and no more prints within that edition size will ever be printed again. They will all become unavailable at the end of the 10 day sale.

Professional hand crafted wooden framing in white or black options is offered in the Small, Medium and Large editions. We are happy to advise on custom framing for the Extra Large size.

About the print editions

Available in the following sizes:

SMALL 30cm x 30cm, 11.8inches x 11.8inches Edition of 25
MEDIUM 40cm x 40cm, 15.8inches x 15.8inches Edition of 15
LARGE 50cm x 50cm, 19.7inches x 19.7inches Edition of 10
EXTRA LARGE 76cm x 76cm, 30.0inches x 30.0inches Edition of 5

Printed on smooth matt Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gsm heavyweight art paper.

Frames are heavyweight, solid wood and produced in Germany from FSC-certified sources.

Carbon neutral, sustainable production, packaging and shipping.

Global delivery with tracked & insured shipping.

*Orders placed in the UK, EU & US before Dec 15 should arrive by Dec 24. However we recommend ordering as soon as possible to allow for shipping delays beyond our control.

Tim Platt

Tim Platt

Tim is an award-winning fine art and advertising photographer who has worked with many global brands throughout his career. He has always been driven by his personal work, which he releases as limited edition fine art prints. In his diverse personal practice, which includes animal photography and abstract floral art, he likes to explore small details that we don’t normally notice, and make heroes of them.

He says: “The closer you get, the more you see. And the more abstract the image becomes. This prompts a uniquely subjective response in the viewer, working at a subliminal level that is more to do with the heart than the head.”

Tim has recently won first prizes in the prestigious International Photography Awards 2022 & 2023.


How long will my print take to arrive?
Your Fine Art Prints will be dispatched within 3-5 working days. Delivery to the United States, Canada and Europe will take up to 4 days, to the rest of the world could take up to 10 days. All purchases are sent via tracked & insured shipping services. All purchases are sent via DHL express worldwide couriers.
Are these prints archival?
My fine art prints are designed to last, and are only printed on archival fine art papers using processes that maintain every detail of my work. You will not be disappointed, the prints are breathtaking and the colour and quality is exceptional.
What is the policy on returns?
My work is made to order, so we cannot accept returns. However if your print is damaged in transit, or in the very unlikely event that it arrives with a defect, we will replace it without delay.
What if my print gets damagedin transit?
If a print gets damaged in transit we will replace it. We will ask for some images or video of the damage so we can supply this to the shipping service to cover the insurance.
How long will these prints be available for?
Until 23:59 pm GMT on November 27th 2023 or until the entire edition is sold out, whichever is the sooner. This artwork will not be available again in the future.