Modern printing methods used today create remarkable reproductions of artwork. You will wonder exactly what the difference is between original art and limited edition prints.
Original art is a job made directly by the artist instead of being breeding. What exactly does “limited edition" mean? This usually means that the publisher or artist has dedicated to creating only a limited number of prints.
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There are three main printing methods utilized:
1. Lithography – Lithography is a printing process which uses a chemical process to make an image. 21st-century lithography may create high volumes of novels, posters, packaging and maps.
2. Serigraph – Serigraph, also called silk-screening or screen printing creates a print with a screening procedure where color ink is forced through a display. This printmaking technique makes a sharp-edged picture using a stencil.
3. Giclee – with high technology inkjet printing generates Giclee, with 6 colors of ink. Giclees are produced from digital pictures so that they do not require downsides. This procedure provides superior color precision with the very first Giclee prints emerging at the early 1990s.
A distinctive premium excellent printing method used is known as sterility. Serilith supplies mixed media first artwork prints made by an artist with the serigraph and lithograph procedure. This technique is located mostly in the introduction of limited edition fine art prints.