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Limited edition prints and NFTs

Non-Fungible Tokens, or NFTs, are talked about most often in mainstream media when relating to the original art market; not limited edition releases, but a one-off NFT representing a digital asset which will never again be made into an NFT. This means the buyer effectively owns the “original” digital artwork, whether it’s a digital painting, […]

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Art prints and Rembrandt

Most people today think of Rembrandt as one of the great Old Master painters; his name is one of those which almost everyone in the West is aware of and much of the rest of the world also. He was also one of those great artists who found success within his own lifetime, however that […]

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The most valuable photography prints

Not all photography prints are created equal Much like lenticular art, photography is a medium with no true “original” artwork. Some people may consider a film negative as an original, but it can’t be enjoyed as the photographer intended, so is really a tool to create the artwork. Not all photography prints are the same […]

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Lenticular artists defining the form

Taking lenticular art prints from novelty postcard to art medium Lenticular print, though first imagined by Renaissance painters experimenting with double-portraits on corrugated surfaces, evolved into the mainstream largely as a novelty gimmick for trading cards, postcards, or children’s toys of various kinds. As digital technology and contemporary art prints have made it much easier […]

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Art print sales records

Art prints can be so much more than just a copy of an original artwork Lenticular art, much like modern digital art, is a form that can only exist as an art print; there is no true original artwork as you have in painting. While NFTs and blockchain registration are beginning to create a solution […]

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Art printing and print techniques

Methods of print have evolved alongside art for centuries, with artists continually searching for and experimenting with ways to duplicate images and fabric designs in the most efficient and accurate way possible. From simple stencils through to modern, highly tuned and computer controlled printers there have been many iterations of the ideal methodology for art […]

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When is an art print original artwork?

In 1997 The Independent newspaper in the UK featured a double page spread of an art print by pop artist David Hockney, “Two Apples & One Lemon & Four Flowers”. Rather than being a reproduction of an original painting, the newspaper, and Hockney himself, argued that the print was the art; “Even though it’s printed […]

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Lenticular art Q&A with Gered Mankowitz

Gered Mankowitz established himself professionally throughout the 1960s, shooting some of the great music photography of legendary artists such as Jimi Hendrix, The Yardbirds, Marianne Faithfull and The Rolling Stones, and capturing many of the iconic images of the time. Like all music photographers Gered has photographed live performances, tour documentary, and album covers, but […]

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Lenticular artist Luz Perez-Ojeda Q&A

Recently launching a series of limited edition prints through our online gallery, lenticular artist Luz Perez-Ojeda brings an exciting dynamic between photography, printmaking, painting and digital art forms to the lenticular art form, and spoke to us recently about her use of the medium. Tell us a little about your process, and what you hope […]

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Art prints through history part 2

Catching art prints up to the art; finding a way to create grey tones Methods like etching and engraving often used approaches such as hatching to create areas of shade; drawing lots of parallel lines close to each other so it appears to be a shade of grey. Some artists like Giovanni Battista Piranesi made […]

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