Limited Edition Art
All prints are museum-grade quality, a paper ‘archival’—or ‘museum quality’—, which is acid free, and contain no groundwood or unbleached pulp; meeting strict limits on metallic content and being free from optical brighteners which are used to artificially make the sheet appear whiter.
Museum quality posters are created using an advanced printing technique known as giclée (pronounced ‘zhee-clay’) printing. Giclée printing can be classified as fine art printing. Pigment inks of up to 12 colours are used to print images and patterns on the poster’s canvas. Such inks are resistant to fading and can last for over 100 years. Hence, museum quality posters don’t just look good, they have serious longevity, too. You will get the top quality signed and numbered prints on my website. I offer payaypal transactions and take discounts by phone or email. Volume discounts are also offered. Choose your image, choose your size and move to check out..