What is the difference between a mass market reproduction print and a original limited edition print?
A mass market reproduction can be printed unlimited times so has no value.
A limited edition print is limited by the edition size. This limit is what makes each print a original work of Art. It is also what gives the work potential value.
Each of my works are a limited edition of 10 prints. Each print comes with documentation which is your guarantee of authenticity.
This guarantee is the works provenance, It is important because it assigns value in the Art world.
Once the whole edition is sold no further prints of that work will ever be made.
I have chosen to price these editions low, so that they are accessible to a broader range of the collecting public.
ABOUT CROMOLUXE ALUMINUM PRINTS
What´s the difference between a regular inkjet print and a Cromaluxe HD metal print.? A lot!
COLOR AND VIBRANCY
Cromoluxe prints explode with vibrancy because of the extraordinary depth of color, affording Unmatched color brilliance.
A Cromaluxe print is first dye printed with archival dyes. Through Heat and pressure the dyes form a gas which are infused directly into the aluminum ground itself.
ARCHIVAL & DURABLE
They are light, scratch resistant, easy to clean, impervious to atmospheric conditions. Archival quality of at least 100 years.
THEY COST MORE TO MAKE
The cost to fabricate one of my works is $275 US. The reminder of the price is for me the Artist.
The prints have a high gloss finish.
All my works original files are created at 40 inch wide X 30 inch Height as uncompressed PNG files. The images you are viewing on this site are small thumbnails suitable for viewing on the web.
The original files from which the prints are made are of much higher quality.
The prints are made in the USA or Canada.