Privileged by galleries and museums, art prints use a modern printing process with high quality inks on an art cardboard paper which guarantees a long life and a richness of colors far superior to conventional printing processes. To be considered an art print, the number of copies must be of a maximum of 30.
The Print method of art print or Fine Art, it’s the subtle combination:
• A neutral pH paper: this paper is recognized for the quality of its natural fibers and its resistance to weather, it is manufactured by the largest art papermakers such as Velin, Arches, Awagami, Canson, Hahnemühle…
• The choice of ink. Using encapsulated Digigraphie® pigment inks gives stability to the art work through time which can go up to 200 years without damage or losses.
• and the know-how of a printer that is able to perfectly combine ink and paper. The latter is able to apply chromic corrections which may be useful for obtaining the desired result.
The work of the artist is respected
A Fine Art print makes us forget the shortcomings of classic photo printing. The artist’s dreams and creativity are well reproduced. If a classic printing gets yellow when exposed light, loses its luster or its colors, Fine Art printing stays the same throughout the years. The rendering quality helps preserve the artist’s work for nearly two. The inks and paper used always guarantee you the same pleasure.
A paper that values the work of art
The choice of paper for an Art print makes all the difference! We’re ages ahead of the classic photo printing. The artist chooses to reproduce a work in limited numbers, he refines the reproduction and uses a paper suitable for every art work. Did you ever felt a beautiful fine Art printing paper by the hand just after its printing? The paper, made of noble materials, sublimes the effect desired by the artist.
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