Norah - Archival Paper Print

Norah - Archival Paper Print


Our prints come with a story card so that you can learn about the person behind the work. Our stories help you have conversations around the art and fall in love with the work in a new way.

Printed on very thick and sturdy 18x24in satin finish paper, these archival paper prints are acid-free to increase longevity. The toner-based inks are heat cured onto the paper to make a very durable print. The ink becomes smudge and water resistant (though still on paper which is not water safe). 

All paper prints are rolled and shipped inside newsprint lined tubes. Remove the art by pulling the newsprint to avoid bending the art’s edges. The print will relax to it’s natural flat shape in a few hours when left on a flat surface. No need to bend the print in the opposite direction.

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A Little About Norah

Born in Ithaca, NY, into a conservative religious home, Norah Thomas always knew she was transgender. Ironically, Norah’s parents originally chose the name, Haley Amber, for her because they thought she would be genetically female up until the day she was born. She jokes, "I was actually carried [to term] one month over, so who knows what happened in that extra month." Early in her transition, Norah returned to her original middle name, Amber, and even went by that name for a while. “One night I was walking down the street, and I heard someone say, ‘Norah!’ and I thought they were talking to me. That name stuck with me, so much. It was like, ‘Yes, I’m Norah! That’s my name.’”