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Open Edition Print by Jake Howell


  • Description
  • Description


  • Framing & Materials
  • Framing & Materials

    Giclée Fine Art Prints

    Both our Open and Limited Edition prints are produced on acid-free cotton rag paper with 100% archival inks. Our full-time chemists formulate all substrates in-house to achieve museum-quality detail and color vibrancy that is protected for 100+ years.

    Hand-Cut Italian Pine Frames

    Narrow on the front and deep on the sides, our frame moldings provide a clean, sharp frame with a modern profile that brings all the focus to your art. Each one is produced from the highest quality solid pine, primarily sourced from Italy, and carefully selected before it is precision cut and then assembled by hand at our facilities in the US or Germany (EU customers).

    Hanging hardware is included so your artwork is ready to hang as soon as it arrives.

    Bevel Cut Conservation-Grade Mat

    We use a 4-ply, conservation-grade, acid-free white mat board with a bevel cut opening around your print. If your work has a signature or edition numbering, we will automatically mat around it. 

    UV-Protective Acrylic

    Our acrylic is more expensive than glass, but we use it because it’s clearer, far more impact resistant, and protects your art against UV rays. Framing-grade acrylic has become a new standard in framing because of its “clear” benefits.

  • Authentication
  • Authentication

    This work comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founders of Apostrophe.


  • Shipping
  • Shipping

    Limited & Open Edition Prints

    Prints and Framed Prints are made in the USA and typically ship within 3-5 business days. Usually they will arrive within 1-2 weeks depending on where you are located. As soon as your artwork ships you will receive a tracking number from us. 

    Shipping rates are determined by location, package size, and will include the cost of packing materials. Apostrophe provides complimentary insurance in case your artwork gets lost or damaged in transit.

    Meet the Artist

    Jake Howell

    Following his friends around the skatepark with a camcorder in the ‘90s, Jake Landes Howell got his first taste of visual storytelling and never looked back. Today, Howell lives and works in Brooklyn, NY as a lifestyle, editorial, and street photographer. His photography aims to capture the beautifully raw moments of life that occur organically; stylistically, his aesthetic ranges from warm, nostalgic, naturally lit visuals to experimental distortions of perspective.

    Largely inspired by his travels to Africa, Hawaii, Mexico, Spain, and the United Kingdom, Howell continues his pursuit to better understand life, the human condition, and to find and communicate meaning through film and digital photography. Howell's mission is to use visual storytelling as a tool to promote positive change in the world. This ideal is realized through advocating for artists, individuals, organizations, and brands that strive to make a difference.

    Jake Howell