Archive for the ‘Article’ Category

New Ways to Hang Art.

July 4, 2012

Another great article from Remodelista, 5 new ways to hang your artwork.


What is an Archival Pigment Print?

March 13, 2012

Schwarzenegger © Annie Leibovitz, 2001

Freischwimmer 55 © Wolfgang Tillmans, 2004

Archival Pigment Printing

Archival pigment printing denotes a printmaking process incorporating refined particles of pigment that are resilient to the environmental elements that commonly degrade and erode dye molecules shortening the life of a print.

This process has been implemented from the 19th century for image stability, winning out over methods such as traditional silver-halide or metal based techniques for retaining image integrity. Archival pigments display excellent color gamut and the Epson Printers series now includes previously hard to archive shades of orange, green, and pink.


Art is good for you…

February 19, 2012

Great article by Robert Mendick.  Brain scans reveal the power of art.