Fine Art print vs. Photographic Print
Fine Art Prints
- Printed by Kevin
- Giclée prints using museum grade archival inks and acid free, archival cotton rag paper
- Print includes an additional 1-2″ paper border encompassing the image on all sides
- Prints are hand signed just below the image in the paper border with graphite or archival ink
- Permanence rating of 129 years (before noticeable color or appearance change) when displayed behind UV blocking glass
- Digital C-prints: Lasers inscribe the digital image into traditional photographic paper which is developed via the traditional chromogenic chemical developing process
- Borderless printing – print dimensions are the same as the image dimensions
- Prints are hand signed on the back with archival ink
- Permanence rating of 100 years (before noticeable color or appearance change) when displayed behind UV blocking glass
- 8×12: approx. size of standard printer paper (letter)
- 12×18: slightly larger than two pieces of letter paper side-by-side or 21″ computer monitor
- 16×24: approx. size of 28″ t.v.
- 20×30: approx. size of 36″ t.v.
- 24×36: approx. size of 43″ t.v.
- 30×45: approx. size of 54″ t.v.
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