I’d priced this print as a pair with another print:
I tend to produce prints in pairs as most of the artwork on the walls of my home are in twos, threes or fours. I was a little surprised that the purchaser had only wanted one of the prints. I asked Sean, who had been manning the stall and had sold the print, about this. “One was portrait and one was landscape. They would have bought both if they’d both been the same.” Quick mental review of the artwork at home. You know what! The individual bits of each pair/threesome/foursome are the same size, same shape and, significantly, the same orientation! While it was nice to get a sale, this feedback was far more valuable. Future pairs of images will be printed with the same orientation.