Original Alex Wild Prints – Holiday Sale

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Odontomachus bauri trap-jaw ant with cricket. An 8×12″ print for $7.99 would make a lovely gift for that special myrmecologist in your life. (Everyone has a special myrmecologist, right?)

This year, for the first time, I am making select prints of my photographs extremely affordable for those ordering during the holiday season. The reason is simple. I know a portion of my sales go to parents gifting their budding young entomologists something buggy to hang on their walls. These are often not families who easily afford fine art pricing, however, so I have assembled a new gallery of 30 favorite photographs priced nearly at cost, up to 80% off depending on the size:

Holiday Sale – Alex Wild Insect Photographs

The pieces are printed by the professional Bay Photo labs using high-quality paper and archival photo inks, and I have been happy with their results over the years. Bay Photo will also custom mat & frame images if you choose “add frames & more” when you check out.

Jataí stingless bees, Brazil. The sale price for a 16×24″ print is $39.99 (regular: $124.95)

Sale prices extend to January 1st. If you’d like your prints to arrive by Christmas under a 3-5 day shipping option, order by December 12th.

5 thoughts on “Original Alex Wild Prints – Holiday Sale”

  1. Hi Alex, what a fantastic idea! Do these ship outside of the US? Where can I find the shipping policy/rates? Cheers, Tom.

  2. Hi Tom. Orders ship to most countries, and the checkout page should tell you what the shipping fee will be before you enter your payment information. If you have any questions, email me.

    1. Wow, thats a pleasant suprise. Very reasonable shipping prices to New Zealand (For a change). Just in case any other NZ’ers are wondering, several 8×12 prints cost only USD$11.90 and USD$23.90 for 3 Weeks and 5-7 business days, respectively.

      Perhaps the holiday sale should become an annual tradition! 🙂

  3. Hey Alex, maybe I need to spend more time with your website…
    Do you happen to sell greeting card sets of your photographs?
    Thanks,
    George

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