Print of Toby and Jonny of Skegss printed on A2 museum-grade paper. Photographed in Brisbane, Australia, by Matt Warrell. Limited to 30.
This print has been endorsed by the artist. I have worked with the artist to choose an image together. The reason why this step is important to me is because this way the owner of the print can hang it on their wall knowing the artist likes it as much as they do. This gives an extra dimension to the photo print.
This standard A2 print has been limited to a series of 30.
Rag photographique paper is 310gsm, museum grade paper that has an estimated life length of 100 years. It is 100% cotton museum grade white Fine Art and photo paper. The exceptional smooth white tone is achieved during manufacturing by introducing natural minerals to the process. It has been developed to address the need for continued longevity requirements in the Digital Fine Art market.
All my prints are done using a printing process called Giclée. The term “Giclée Print” refers to an elevation in printmaking technology. Images are printed with archival quality Ultrachrome pigment based K3 inks onto canvas and smooth or textured fine art paper (see below for varieties available). In short, this is a three day printing process used by museums and leading art galleries.