Archival Pigment Printing - a printmaking process incorporating reﬁned particles of pigment that are resilient to the environmental elements that commonly degrade and erode dye molecules, meaning the life of the print is extended.
The canvas is then signed and the edition number is marked.
Each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which outlines the details of both the print and the photograph itself.
Once finished, prints are mounted onto a single piece of oyster white cotton cloth.
After mounting, all prints are framed with black stained hard wood with a grain. We have gone to great lengths to ensure our frames are best-in-class and add value and longevity to the work.