How to purchase the prints

If you're interested in purchase my prints please send me an email using the contact form.

Size of the limited edition prints

Most images are approximately 53x35cm (approx. 21x14") printed on 58x41cm (approx. 23x16") paper, exceptions are noted.
The exact print size and the paper brand used are indicated in the description under the preview of each print on this web site.
The prints are shipped in an archival crystal clear sleeve with archival backing board, packaged flat for shipping in appropriate shipping box.

Print Run

In the front of each print is indicated the number of prints that are created and sold.
Usually the number of each print is 35.
So if your print is indicated "5/35" you know that your print is the fifth of thirty prints.
Each print is signed by the artist.

Certificate of Authenticity

Every limited edition print is accompanied by a “Certificate of Authenticity”.
This document provides your end customer with the confidence that the finest archival materials were used during the printmaking process and also provides written record of the edition, print date and artists’ signature.
We recommend that the certificate travels with the print as it contains valuable instructions for print care and framing.
My Limited Warranty states that should any manufacturers defect occur within ten years of the manufacturing date, I'll replace the print at no cost.

Papers used

Prints are made on 310gsm exhibition grade fine art paper with high quality archival inks. Below are some brands of paper used, with names and characteristics. As well as a note about longevity and inks used.

Canson Baryta Photographique 310 g/m2

Baryta Photographique is a true Baryta paper developed for inkjet technology. It consists of an alphacellulose, acid-free pure white paper with the same barium sulphate coating as for traditional silver  halide and a premium inkjet colour receiver layer. 
Baryta Photographique offers the look and aesthetic of the original darkroom baryta print and complies with the ISO 9706 standard for maximum longevity. 
This museum grade photo paper shows excellent black density and great image sharpness, making it ideal for black and white photography.

Print longevity

Canson Infinity encompasses a range of Digital Fine Art media that exceeds the ISO 9706 museum grade standard and that has been developed to meet galleries and museum's longevity requirements. Canson has submitted the Digital Fine Art & Photo range to the world's leading independent print permanence testing laboratory, Wilhelm Imaging Research (WIR) for longevity testing on the Canson Infinity range.
For more information about print longevity please visit this page on Canson Infinity web site.

Epson UltraChrome K3 ink technology

Epson UltraChrome K3 ink technology represents a turning point in the history of inkjet printing. Inspired by past generations of pigmented ink technology, Epson's 8-color ink set incorporates 3 unique levels of black, which along with new color pigment technology, dramatically improves both color & black & white prints. Imagine producing archival prints with amazing color fidelity, gloss level, & scratch resistance, while providing stable colors from the moment prints exit the printer
For more information about Epson UltraChrome K3 ink technology please visit this page on Epson web site.