Printing FAQ

What does the term "open edition print" mean?

Open edition refers to prints made in any quantity for a continual period of time. Each print in the edition is hand-signed and numbered by the artist.

How are your prints made?

The printers used are the Canon IPF9100 and Epson 9900: both wide format at 60" and 44" wide respectively. The Epson uses the latest HDR pigment ink-set, the Canon uses the Lucia pigment ink set. These ink sets create the widest ranging color gamut available in print while ensuring precision and accuracy. Both inks are archival and UV resistant - lasting for well over 200 years if properly stored and handled.

What type of paper do you use for your prints?

Innova Soft White Cotton 280gsm.  The slightly textured surface of this paper is similar to traditional etching paper and coated with the latest pigment and dye inkjet receptive technology. With an excellent color gamut, this paper is ideal for reproducing a wide range of tones. This paper is also acid and lignin free; making it the perfect option for creating archival quality digital reproductions of art.