PRINT MATERIALS FOR B&W CONSTRUCTIONS SERIES
Paper: Breathing Color Vibrance Metallic
Breathing Color Vibrance Metallic is an excellent choice if you want your Constructions prints to appear photorealistic. Especially suited for B&W images and images of machinery or metallic objects, it produces exceptionally clear and crisp prints, delivering the dmax and color gamut Breathing Color is known for. Vibrance metallic is the first and currently the only metallic photo paper that delivers a comparable look, feel, and quality of the Kodak metallic process. Being a genuine metallic, you can actually see metallic from every angle from which you view the prints.
Matte Paper: Hahnemühle Photo Rag
308 gsm, 100% Cotton, white
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Inkjet Paper is a 100% cotton paper with a smooth, fine, matte surface texture. Its premium matte inkjet coating meets the highest industry standards for density, color gamut, color graduation, and image sharpness, while preserving the special touch and feel of genuine art paper. Hahnemuhle Photo Rag produces both B&W and color photograph and art reproductions with impressive depth, and is especially well suited for images featuring fine lines or details.
Stretched Canvas: Breathing Color Silverada
17 mil, 380 gsm poly-cotton metallic inkjet canvas
Silverada is a "silver metallic" fine art canvas, created from an optimal blend of metallic, silver, and pearlescent surface finishes. It delivers an extremely high dmax, wide color gamut, and crisp resolution without the use of optical brighteners. B&W images look stunning on this canvas. Note: because of its unique metallic sheen, this canvas is not coated after printing; and, while it has UV protection, handle with care, as it is less scratch resistant than other canvases from this manufacturer.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
Each of my fine art prints comes with a certificate of authenticity. My signature on this document attests that I have personally inspected and approved each print as an authentic reproduction of the original work of art. It also certifies that the finest archival substrates and highest quality inks were used to produce the fine art reproduction.
The price of each of my fine art prints is calculated using a proprietary formula that takes into account the time expended to create the piece; the time required to travel to and from the printer and proof and certify the output; the cost of materials, printing, shipping and handling; and a small portion of the time required for administrative tasks. The price is then rounded down to the buyer’s advantage.