Printing FAQ

What exactly does "limited edition" mean?

All of our items are limited edition, which means that we only make a very small quantity of each print, usually less than one hundred copies. Once a print is sold out, it's discontinued and typically never made available again. Every print we sell is hand-numbered and usually signed by the artist as well.

How are these prints made, and what the heck is a "giclee"?!

Our prints are produced on top of the line, large format Epson 9900 and 7900 printers. MicroPiezo TFP™ print heads ensure precision print accuracy, and the 10 color ink system creates the widest ranging color gamut available in print. Our HDR inks are archival and UV resistant, with a lightfastness rating of up to 200 years to ensure they remain vibrant for decades. 

Giclee (pronounced "zhee-klay") is just a fancy way to say fine art digital prints - (the French word "giclee" literally translates "to squirt").

What type of paper do you use?

Our house stock is a 300# Italian textured watercolor paper. It's acid-free to ensure it doesn't brown or fade over time and every print is hand-trimmed to size.