Main Street Art Corner releases a new personalized print that makes a purr-fect present

Irvine, CAMay 19, 2017

IRVINE, California (May 19, 2017) — Main Street Art Corner today announced a new personalized fine-art giclée inspired by 1970 Disney animated film The Aristocats. The unique print features Marie playing with a ball of yarn in the style of a vintage French poster since the film takes place in Paris. Main Street Art Corner Artist Michael Levey did extensive research of the classic film to create this unique piece.

“House of Fabrics” is available as an 18” x 24” or 24” x 36” or 36” x 48” print on fine-art paper, as a frame-ready canvas or gallery-wrapped canvas. Prices start at $86 for an 18” x 24” print on fine art paper. The print can be personalized with a name, city and year, making it the perfect gift for newborns and Disney cat fans everywhere. In addition, the piece is available in both a French version and an English one.

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About Main Street Art Corner

Main Street Art Corner LLC was founded in 2015 to offer unique fine art giclée prints to consumers at an affordable price. The company offers limited edition prints along with personalized fine art that can be customized on the company website. Main Street Art Corner is based in Irvine, California. For more information about Main Street Art Corner products, visit

About the Giclée Printing Process

The term “giclée” is commonly considered to be the highest quality digital reproduction technique for fine art. Images are generated from high resolution digital scans or digital files and printed with archival quality inks onto various substrates including canvas and fine art paper. Giclée prints are created using specialized printers that literally spray the image onto a substrate, providing better color accuracy than other means of reproduction. Stretched canvas giclée prints can be embellished with acrylic paint and clear gel to create brushstrokes, making the print look even more realistic. The quality of the giclée print rivals traditional silver-halide and gelatin printing processes and is commonly found in museums, art galleries, and photographic galleries.

Wendy Darling
Main Street Art Corner
(949) 385-2170


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