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Dot portrait

Dot portrait

Regular price €79,00
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Delivered to your door in 7 to 8 days

Canvas Size
The "Dot Portrait" is made from your photo zoomed in on the face only. This abstract style reveals the facial features as you move away from the picture. Upload 1 to 3 different photos and we'll select the one that suits you best.

Once you have placed your order, a preview will be sent to you by email within 2 working days. Unlimited revisions! We work until you are 100% satisfied.


✔ Cropping:

Leave it to our experts to crop your photo, simply send us your original shots and our graphic designers will crop them to match the proportions of the chosen painting as closely as possible.


Printed on 100% cotton canvas with a matt finish, stretched over a wooden frame and adjusted with tensioning keys. Your painting is ready to hang directly on your wall, so you don't need to buy a frame or any other kind of fastener.

Resin-coated pigment-based inks are resistant to humidity and ultraviolet rays, making our prints long-lasting and durable for up to 200 years.


You will receive a preview of your portrait directly to your email inbox within 2 working days. You will then have the opportunity to request alterations to this preview. Each retouch request will extend the delivery date by one working day. The dispatch date will depend not only on the number of retouch requests but also on how quickly you reply to our emails. The delivery time will depend on the mode of transport chosen:

  • + 2 to 3 working days with Colissimo home delivery
  • + 3 to 4 working days with delivery to a Mondial Relay pick-up point
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The origin of the dot portrait

Anyone visiting Venice is bound to have noticed the bottle-butt windows, made of small pieces of coloured glass surrounded by metal. You'll find them in Saint Mark's Basilica in particular.

How does it work?

Each stitch is made with 5 rings of different colours and sizes, imitating the different shades of glass. The mesh of dots goes from the lightest to the darkest to reproduce the relief of your portrait.