Fine Art Gliclée Prints

When I decided to start selling prints I knew two things for sure. I wanted to offer the best possible prints, and I wanted anything I sell on 50ft to pass through my hands before being shipped. After weighing my options I decided the only way to do this right was to buy a printer.

The only images currently available are those listed as a wallpaper image here on fiftyfootshadows. Guest images are not available for sale. There may be a few older images which, due to differing editing techniques at the time of their creation (editing at lower resolutions before taking printing into consideration) I can not print but that is a rare.

Please, see below for ordering information.



All fine art prints available on fiftyfootshadows will be printed with an Epson R3000 printer using archival inks. I have chosen Canson Rag Photographique 310 paper for all of my prints. It is a beautiful fine art paper which uses no optical brighteners that could fade over time. It has a beautifully rich Dmax (black point), surprising sharpness for an uncoated rag type paper, and a nice, understated saturation. 50ft images look beautiful on this paper. Please keep in mind that color may differ slightly from those you see on your screen.

I offer two sizes, a nice large 11×17 print or a standard print on 8.5×11 paper. The smaller print is tricky because the aspect ratio of my 35mm images is quite a bit different than the paper. I leave an approx. 0.25 inch margin on the top, left, and right sides of the page. Pardon any slight variation in the border, its quite tricky printing this way with perfect borders but after exhaustive research and money dumped in test prints I feel I have it as close as possible.

I handle all prints with cotton gloves and package them in a sturdy cardboard envelope for shipping.


Editions and Cost

Fine art print editions are strictly limited in quantity and once they are sold out they will never be reproduced in this format again. Every image will be signed, numbered, and stamped with a one of a kind stone ’50ft ‘stamp and include a small card stating its authenticity.

11″x17″ Prints are made in editions of 20 and cost $150

8.5″x11″ Prints are made in editions of 50 and cost $50

If an image sells out I will update posts with this information so if you don’t see it listed as sold out then it is most likely available.

Why limited editions? Because I want you to know that you are not getting just another anonymous print made by a bulk printing company. I have a stubborn attitude when it comes to quality checking and handling anything I sell here on 50ft myself. The price reflects the limited nature of the prints. You will own something unique that only a handful of others in the world own, an honest work of art.

Please, for my sake, treat them well.


Shipping and Handling

This was a tough call, I considered adding a shipping cost because of the cost of supplies but I am not a fan of surprises at the time of purchase so as of the time of writing, for those ordering within the U.S. shipping will be included in the cost.

International shipping simply adds $10 to the cost.

The photos are packaged with great care in quality cardboard sleeves, reinforced inside with cardboard sheets and enclosed in a clear cellophane bag to avoid damage during shipment. Every package is clearly marked not to be bent. I am not sparing any cost when it comes to shipping supplies and feel I have found a solid approach to safely getting these in your hands. You will also find a personal note and a couple of stickers inside each package.


Rather than install a shopping cart system into the site I will keep this personal and handle all orders through email, one at a time.

I have filled in the subject line for you in the link below which should read “50ft Print Order.” I will then get back to you within 24 hours to complete the order.

In the email simply let me know which print you are interested in within the content of the mail and once I receive your mail I will check on the availability of the print and send you a payment request via Paypal, please let me know if your Paypal email differs from the one you used to place the order.

Click Here to Place Your Order (Or email fiftyfootshadows at

*Please understand that due to this personal approach there may be times when a small delay will be involved depending on order volume and personal obligations. My goal is to ship your print within one week of receiving your payment*

Shipping Times

Because of the nature of selling prints this way I am not able to offer rushed shipping or next day service unless you really have a need. All photos will ship within five days or less of payment received unless mentioned otherwise during the ordering process. I am handling orders this way because I want you to know that I take every order personally and treat each with the same amount of time and respect they deserve.


I am unable to cover the cost of any images damaged during shipping. To be fair, if something does happen during shipping I am willing to work out a second print sold at cost of manufacture if you provide me with evidence of the damages. As mentioned above, I take great care in making sure the prints are packaged in sturdy packaging and mark the packages “do not bend” but you know how shipping goes sometimes.

Gift Cards

Gift cards are available for either size of print. I would be happy to make a modest card with a unique number that can be redeemed for a print of the recipients choosing. They are made by hand and mailed to you free of charge. I only ask that you redeem the print within 90 days (aprox. three months) of placing the order. To order a gift card simply click here (or email at fiftyfootshadows at and let me know which size you would like to order the card for and if it will be shipped within the U.S. or internationally and I will set it up for you and send it out!

The Future

While I kept prices about as reasonable as I felt I could and still make the idea work, I realize that not everyone can afford one of these fancy prints. Knowing that I have plans to offer postcard style print pack in the future. Most likely in the first quarter of next year. I am still considering how to choose which images to bundle together and choosing a printer that I can trust for consistency and quality. I can’t wait to expand my offerings here and this is just the beginning as far as plans go, I just wanted to let you in on this for those of you curious. More to come!


Thank you so very much for supporting fiftyfootshadows with your purchase of a fine art print! All proceeds will go toward making the site a better place to visit and will help fund future projects and ideas. If you have any questions at all about prints feel free to let me know.


To whom it may concern,



• Enjoy the images! It’s a labor of love, thanks for your support!
• Share with friends.
• Send me a quick mail if you are interested in using an image for commercial or personal use other than wallpaper.


• Post desktops elsewhere online.
• Share links directly to images.
• Pass them around in mass.
• Make prints.
• Use images for web banners or graphics. (send a quick email to ask, I’m pretty easy going about this with permission.)
• Use them in commercial work.

If you help me out with these I will be able to keep doing what I love to do. Thanks again, really, for your support and understanding. -J


By downloading any content from you agree to the following terms:

All of the images contained within this website,, are property of, John Carey unless otherwise posted. The images are distributed as freeware but they are available for personal use only on your personal computer, tablet, or smartphone as your wallpaper image. Any use of these images for any purpose other than this is a violation of these terms and anyone found using said images will be asked to either compensate the creator for doing so or be asked to stop using them immediately.

I ask that you refrain from using any images found on to create physically printed material of any kind. This includes posters, photographic prints, fliers, etc. Under no circumstances may you make a physical reproduction without written permission.

These rules also apply for any artwork or imagery submitted and shown within this site which was created by an artist aside from myself. Any images submitted and shared as wallpapers are the property of the artist who created them and in the same manner as my images, you are asked to receive permission before using them in any way aside from their intended use. Any use of these images outside of for your own personal use as a desktop wallpaper image is prohibited without permission from the author of the image. Commercial licensing is available upon request. Please write with any inquiries.

When sharing images via your personal blogs I kindly ask that you link back directly to either the post the image was taken from or the base of the website at and give a credit to Do not re-post full resolution desktop images anywhere without permission. If you would like to use an image for your blog background or something of the sort simply write to ask first. Support the artwork you admire! Also, it is greatly appreciated if you do NOT link directly to the zip files. This is more or less the same as re-posting them as it circumvents the tiny bit of support I ask of you which is to simply link back to the original post for others to enjoy the site.

It’s not fair to artists if you do not credit their work and link back to the original content creator. It is theft plain and simple and blogs that attempt to somehow be mysterious by not giving credit to the creators are simply hurting the artistic community as a whole. If you love it so much then please, support it! The artistic community on the Internet is based on trust. Without trust then what do we have? are you going to be one of the responsible users out there or will you be among the bottom feeders, stealing content and passing it off as your own to make a quick buck in ad sales.

Use your best judgement and we will get along just fine.

Thank you for your understanding and support!

John Carey (curator, owner)