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99edition / GICLÉE PIGMENT PRINT on Hahnemühle FineArt Baryta 320 g/m² paper

The Glicée pigment print is ideal for color and detailed images. It is a gridless print-on-demand printing method, which represents an alternative to lithography. Its high resolution leads to an extreme richness of detail and high nuances, contrast and saturation of the color. Due to the special pigmented inks much more color gradations can be reproduced than in conventional printing processes. The durability of the pigment inks is excellent and meets the highest standards of conservation. Our Giclée pigment prints are made exclusively on EPSON printers. We use Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta paper for the prints. Due to its resistant surface it’s also very suitable for unprotected prints. The surface texture (mat or glossy) is determined by the artist.

Printing Process

99edition / C-PRINT

The term C-print originates in the chromogenic paper “type-C” which was introduced by Kodak in the middle of the 1950s. In modern times the term is used more generally for printing processes during which the reaction between two chemicals form several layers of paint that create the image. Within these the analog or digital image information is transferred through exposure onto the paper. During processing color-sensitive emulsion layers in the paper response according to the color information of the negative or digital file. The different colour layers create a full colour looking image.
We use Lambda laser exposure system or OCE Light Jet to make our C-Prints. A laser shoots during the exposure process the lightcolors red, green and blue according to the information of the image file at the corresponding sensitized layers on the paper. The so-exposed paper is developed conventionaly. The durability of C-Prints is estimated at about 70 years.