I make my prints.
Ink & Paper
I use state-of-the-art inkjet printers (Epson 9000), archival pigmented ink (Epson UltraChrome HDX Ink), and coated archival rag paper (Epson Legacy Fibre).
The materials I use are among the most stable available yielding longevity ratings exceeding 250 years before any visible fading begins to occur.
My prints are sprayed with Premiere Art’s Print Shield to protect them from UV light and increase their resistance to abrasion.
Signed & Annotated
The front of each print is signed and numbered in pencil. The back of each print contains information about its production.
My prints are balanced for full spectrum 3500K light (close to halogen) and look best under similar light temperatures.
Handle With Care
I recommend you display prints behind non-reflective museum glass and protect them from prolonged exposure to sunlight.
I recommend you choose a frame that fits for your space.
Prints may be available as dye-sublimation on aluminum.