Many well-known artists use digital printing technology to produce original work from digital or photographic imagery, or to create fine art prints from original works of art created in traditional media.
With constant computer monitoring, the accuracy of placement and colour produces results that are a virtual continuous tone (no dots). Our supplier uses new, pigment-based archival inks and the highest quality substraight media. Utilizing an exclusive microcrystal encapsulation technology, each ink particle is coated with an acrylic polymer resin resulting in a near-spherical droplet shape that reflects light evenly and offers a wide gamut of true-to-life colour.
Ian Fry’s limited edition digital reproductions are printed on canvas or acid-free watercolour paper to brilliant effect. Fry has elected to produce small editions (50 or 100) on canvas to preserve the value of each print and ensure a sense of exclusivity for collectors of his work. The smaller images on watercolour paper are not numbered.
Since the technology eliminates deterioration in quality from one print to the next, artist’s proofs are made only when the supplier changes ink or other materials and the artist wishes to oversee the change for quality and accuracy. New images will be offered as limited edition giclée reproductions on a continual basis.