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Go for the full sha-bang with a fusion of the two popular prints; the House portrait and the Family portrait. 


Your print will include a contemporary graphic illustration of your home as well as your required number of faces. These can be humans and/or pets. You also have the option to include your own custom text, whether it's your family name, a special date or just simply a saying that represents you. This custom artwork creates a fantastic talking point in any room. Don't forget to follow us on Instagram @youvebeenfaced for up to date artworks and further inspiration. 


How long will my order take?

You will receive a proof within 14-21 days to your email for you to confirm for print. (Please note that this may fluctuate in seasonal periods throughout the year. Please state the date you need it for when sending across your photographs) Once confirmed they are printed onto the highest quality Giclee Fine Art Paper (Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm) in a specialist lab within 48 hours. All prints are then sent 1st class Signed For and take around 1-2 days after printed.


How do I provide my photographs?

Once you have placed an order, please email over your photograph/s to with your name and order number. 



Our prints do not come framed, they are print only. If you require a certain size to fit a particular frame please contact us prior to ordering. 



By uploading and/or providing your photo to FACED you confirm that you are the owner of the copyright or other intellectual property rights in your photo. You agree to fully indemnify FACED against all costs and liabilities and hold FACED harmless for any use, alteration or reproduction of your photo in whatever format.


House and Family Portrait

  • After completing check out please email your photographs to - Photographs of your house should aim to be high quality with good lighting. Photographs for the faces must also be good quality and aim to be as face-on as possible. If you want a second opinion please email prior to ordering. Photographs taken on phones are usually fine.

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