are made using giant-format digital printers (sometimes called "giclee" printers) which are capable of producing the sharpest resolution of any current printing system. These are not to be confused with cheap prints or posters.
We use very high quality papers: a heavy (310 gsm) velvet-surface, acid-free fine art paper is our standard for digital print. For etching and silkscreen we use 300 gsm Hahnemulle and Arches papers. These are all amongst the finest papers in the World. Our canvas prints are made using matte surface 350 gsm cotton canvas. If supplied gallery wrapped or framed, the timber is sustainably resourced.
We only use archival "pigment" inks for digital prints. For etchings, we use traditional linseed oil and lamp-black based ink. A formula that's virtually unchanged for centuries.
Some images are available as either a paper or canvas print rolled up in a tube which offers you and your local picture framer ultimate flexibility. Otherwise, we offer the following options:
Canvas is supplied ready to hang wrapped around a stretcher (an internal solid wood frame) 38mm deep to give a modern box style effect.
We make our stretchers ourselves at our own workshop, they are much stronger than those generally used in the art trade.
Hanging fixtures are supplied
protected with three coats of matte varnish - protects against UV damage and damp environments.