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I would like to offer limited edition prints of my work on my website. Now, I am thinking of how to call this menu item.
„Gallery“ would confuse because it could contain my portfolio, too.
„Prints“ sounds too cheap.
„Artworks“ doesn’t refer to photographs.
„Limited Editions“ is too long.
Would „Wall Art“ work? I fear it’s not correct English or is it?
What's the tone you're after? Classy? Strictly transactional?
Personally, I think you could get away with a call-to-action style thing, 'Buy Limited Editions', even if it is long. It's a balance between the transactional and your desire to not sound cheap.
think SEO when naming your menu item, page name and url/slug
Thanks for your comments. Might end up with "Art Lovers".
I don't think prints sounds cheap.
Also it's 'what to call' not 'how to call' seeing as we're asking for English advice
I'd go with 'Buy Prints' personally
The question is: would you rather sound classy/arty or do you want to sell more prints?
Prints is what they are, I do think that word sounds cheap. It's the clearest description of what you're selling. So I echo Set in recommending 'Buy prints' as a clear, concise call to action.
I'm not sure it pays to confuse users for the sake of style.
'Prints' seems fine to me - that's what they are. And the quality of your work should give people a clue as to the quality of the prints. If not, make prices visible or give an explanation of the print quality.