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MEDIA: I print photographs on three main media: giclée printing on archival paper for limited editions and, in the case of open editions, acrylic glass and canvas.
SIZES: For selected photos, glass and canvas can be printed up to a page length of 1.5m, some photos can be printed in larger sizes for canvas. We print paper up to A0 size, in special cases even larger.
FRAMING:I deliver prints on paper in the limited edition without a frame so that you can choose how to deal with the image yourself, for open editions you can also choose framing. The canvas has its own invisible internal framing, but it is also possible to frame externally. The glasses can be framed in a slotted frame.
Print on archival paper
We print on several types of fine-textured art giclée paper, on which the colours and details stand out wonderfully, while giving the impression of a painting.
The print needs to be further framed under glass, according to your needs and type of interior. I am happy to advise on what framing would suit your painting best, or where to have it framed. For selected photos, I also offer framing in my pre-selected frame configuration and mount.
Available photo sizes are primarily A2, with some images A1 to A0 and larger sizes or panoramic photos can be made to order.
For most images, we print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag - one of the world’s most popular papers for high-quality FineArt inkjet printing. The white cotton artist’s paper, with its characteristic, wonderfully soft feel, boasts a lightly defined felt structure, lending each artwork a three-dimensional appearance and impressive pictorial depth. Combined with the matt premium inkjet coating, this paper produces outstanding prints that feature brilliant colours, deep blacks, striking contrasts and perfect reproduction of detail. This acid- and lignin-free classic meets the most exacting requirements for age resistance and is specially designed for FineArt prints.
For seleted images and feels, especially with minimalist color and tone areas, we use a giclée semi gloss paper (Epson or Hahnemuhle), which makes a great combination of color and contrast reproduction.
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Print on acrylic glass
Direct printing on acrylic glass strongly brings out the colors with which my worlds abound. Compared to a canvas, which calmly and peacefully brings colors into the space, the acrylic glass print mercilessly shoves them in your face every time you look at them. When illuminated, it creates an almost 3D effect.Acrylic glass looks very modern and the glass surface is a prominent element in the room.
It can be framed in slit frame (there is about a 1 cm gap between the glass and the frame, creating a very interesting effect). For me personally, it is a medium that perfectly conveys the energy of the colors and the landscape it portrays, and lights up any space where it is placed.
The photo is printed with 7-color UV printing (instead of the classic 4 colors) from the back directly on a 2 mm thick acrylic glass and then backed with a 3 mm aluminum plate. To highlight the colors and details, we print on glossy surface, but it is also possible to request a matte finish. The glass is washable and weather resistant.
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Photographic canvas print
Canvas, a medium popular especially in central European regions, often beautifully supports the "home environment" in apartments, or "warms up" non-residential spaces. On the one hand, it calms down the colors a little, but at the same, time it gives an impression of a painting, and in some cases your guests will ask you who painted it. The canvas can also be externally framed and coated to enhance the colors, shine and better maintenance and durability.
Each canvas is delivered already stretched on the inner frame and with a hanging system. We print in sizes A3 to A0, in selected cases a larger size is also possible, up to a size of 3x1m (such as here ).
The canvas is stretched around the entire surface of the 21 mm high internal and invisible wooden frame. A canvas that is not exposed to direct sunlight should last for 100 years, the manufacturer states up to 300 years. With more UV light, at least 40 years.
To highlight the colors, but also as a protection against abrasion and to extend the life or for easy maintenance against dust, the canvas can be covered with a thin transparent coating.
For some interiors or moods, placing the canvas in a frame is also an option that will make the print stand out and attract attention. I use the highest standard of Nielsen frames in a thin and angular black design.
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