The concept of fine art printing has been popular since the 18th century, enabling artists to share their work with a broader range of admirers at a more accessible price. Silkscreen printing, also known as serigraph printing, is a medium that is increasingly valued for its versatility. It challenges the lithographic process in terms of the textural rendering of an image.
From simple one color monoprints to 125-color Yamagata prints, our master printers and creatives work with the artist to ensure a final product that will fulfill the artist’s vision. We employ stencil-making techniques, photo-mechanical reproduction, 4-color process work and specialize in hand painted multiples, which incorporate fine airbrush techniques and painterly brush work, making each print an original. Most importantly, we nurture and shepherd artists under our care to produce the highest quality work they can dream possible.
Our Digital Facility offers our artists and clients design services and digital assistance in archival printing. Our large format Epson printer is equipped with UltraChrome ink delivering superb color on a variety of substrates. This process employs an increased density of pigment content for archival museum quality prints. We favor Moab 100% rag paper to ensure the longevity and uncompromising fidelity and quality of our fine art giclées.
Consistent with the concept of ‘multiple originals’, often our giclee services expand from straight reproduction to drawing, painting and collaging on the giclee base, resulting in a mixed-media print. Once the desired results are achieved, each print is embossed with the Modern Multiples chop in the lower left corner and provided with a certificate of authenticity signed by the master printer, artist and publisher.
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