Monterey, CA, September 26, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Neuronico Art & Neuroscience has attracted attention by featuring the art of the Paul Franklin Smith, whose photo-based image compositions often use brilliant, saturated colors applied to subjects from nature. Paul is inspired by his study of psychology and the neuroscience of sensation and perception, and throughout the Neuronico website, visitors find references to these subjects.
Now Neuronico Art & Neuroscience is able to ship its art prints and posters worldwide from prestigious print labs in the United Kingdom and Australia, in addition to their current fulfillment partners in the United States.
The online shopping cart and checkout system at http://SEE.neuronico.net, including the safe and secure credit card processing via Zenfolio or PayPal, now accepts five international currencies: US Dollars, Canadian Dollars, Euros, Pounds Sterling, and Australian Dollars - with the possibility of adding more in the future.
The mounting and framing options for art purchased from Neuronico Art & Neuroscience has also been expanded. Visitors are still able to order 8x10 inch (~20x25 centimeter) prints for as little as $12 US, and prints are available in poster sizes as well, but there are now more framing and mounting options available in most countries. One partner in the United States - fotoflōt - offers a unique magnetic mounting system without glass, glare, mats or frames, which floats art off the wall. Other partners offer Neuronico’s richly colored and detailed art on aluminum, glass, or foam-core panels, or with more traditional framing options.
All told, Neuronico Art & Neuroscience is now offering 250 product options for their high-quality art prints (not all options ship to every country). The Neuronico website detects the country a visitor is in, and displays product options which are appropriate for the images which a customer selects, and which can be shipped to their location.
Neuronico Mind & Vision (http://SEE.neuronico.net) is the first website to launch in a series exploring the junctions between neuroscience and culture. It features the visual art and writing of Paul Franklin Smith, and offers art prints, posters, and greeting cards for purchase in a wide variety of formats.