What hides behind the term art print?
I use this term for all prints that I don’t hand-make myself but rather they are printed by the machine intended for this type of printing. I collaborate with businesses that are well known among artists and that specialise in art prints. These are limited series of prints of selected paintings which I’d decided to print in limited edition series. Art prints are quality prints on quality graphic paper, and are always numbered and signed in my own hand.
However, it needs to be noted that a considerable difference arises in the term art print when we’re talking about digital art printing, as this involves the so-called original, printing being the only way to transfer the digital painting onto a two-dimensional surface. With me, you always get an originally signed and numbered issue of a limited edition series, comprising between 10 and 300 issues of one painting.