What are Fine-Art Prints?

Fine-Art Prints uses one of the oldest and most diverse natural fibers in the world and is made of 60% hemp fiber. The Fine-Art ink-jet paper’s base impresses with its bright white natural tone, and thanks to the bright white color of the hemp fibers, no optical brighteners are required. The lightly textured surface gives the paper a pleasant, silky feel. Combined with the matte premium ink-jet coating, this is a truly versatile Fine-Art ink-jet paper. Colors and details are brilliantly reproduced, the depth of the black truly stands out and contrasts are reproduced with stunning effect. The acid- and lignin-free Fine-Art ink-jet paper meets the most exacting requirements for age resistance. Hemp was an essential part of paper production for centuries, and due to its extremely robust fibers, it has often been used for long-lasting historical documents, such as the Gutenberg Bible and the US Declaration of Independence.

How do you frame and handle Fine-Art Prints?

When handling and framing Fine-Art Prints always grab the corners of the print. For perfect results, use the provided cotton gloves to avoid any marks or smudges.

What are C-Prints?

C-Print is an abbreviation for Digital Color-Print made using a Durst Lambda printer. This printing technique uses a continuous roll-to-roll single beam, three-laser (RGB) exposure system. This method provides total size flexibility and achieves an image quality superior to all large format printers - photographic, ink-jet and electrostatic printers. C-Prints are offered in both print sizes and poster sizes.

What are the differences between Glossy & Matte C-Prints?

Glossy C-Prints have a shiny finish which reflects light more than matte which can add to a more lively impression of the print.

Matte C-Prints have a slightly textured look with some shine, matte prints are easier to handle due to showing marks and smudges less visibly.

How do you frame and handle C-Prints?

When handling, holding and framing both glossy & matte prints always grab the corners of the print. For perfect results, use cotton gloves to avoid any marks or smudges.