How it Works

Creating your pets unique poly portrait is both fun and easy!
There are just 4 simple steps then you can sit back an wait for your geometric masterpiece to arrive.

 

STEP 1 - SELECT YOUR PRODUCT AND CREATE YOUR CUSTOM PET ART
  • Choose our fine poster print or take it to the next level and opt for our bespoke framed print.  
Now for the fun part!
  • Select your size, background colour and the upload your pets photo using the upload button. Please make sure your photo follows the guidelines listed below
  • Time to add to cart and place your order
  • Over to us!
STEP 2 - ARTISTS GET TO WORK
  • Our very talented artists will transform your pet photo into a highly detailed poly portrait.
  • All designs are digitally created with no corners cut. Every triangle is drawn with love, care and attention to create the finest portrait of your pet.
STEP 3 - THE REVIEW 
  • Next it has to pass our internal quality checks. A process not taken lightly as we want you to receive the portrait you dream of.
  • Then over to you. We always send out a digital watermarked mock up for your approval before print. If there are any small changes you would like to make for example a change in background colour, size of image or image position please let us know. We want this to be perfect!

STEP 4 - THE PORTRAIT IS BOUGHT TO LIFE
  • Your Poly Pawtrait goes to print.
  • Quality is a high priority for us so we only work with the best. Your portrait will be crafted by the same company that has supplied the Tate Modern Museum, Natural History Museum and the British Library.
  • Lastly you will receive a tracking number as soon as your masterpiece is out for delivery.
OUR PHOTO GUIDELINES
  • Take the photo at eye level with your pet
  • It's not a requirement for your pet to be looking into the camera, this is down to your personal preference
  • The closer the image the better as it will allow our designers to fully emphasise your pets unique features and provide a more detailed poly portrait.
  • It's important your pets whole head is in the photo, last thing you want is half your pets ear in the portrait.
  • Please try to avoid bad lighting. Natural lighting will always provide the best result.
  • No blurry pictures, high resolution image would be perfect
Its important to us you get the perfect pet portrait therefore we review every photo we receive. If a photo doesn't follow these guidelines we will do our best to contact and request a replacement. This will increase the delivery time so take your time when selecting your image.