Choosing Multiple prints and versions option:
To select multiple prints, sizes and/or versions, first select your initial choice (size, paper type, version) and click “Add to bag” button. Then reselect next desired options (size, paper type, version) and click the “Add More” button (above the “Go to Checkout” button). For multiples of the exact same, just increase the quantity amount when selecting.
Repeat until you have all the prints you desire. Please note, if at all you wish to remove any, then you can do so on the checkout by clicking the “x” next to the product.
Any queries about selections, artwork and printing information, purchases, etc... , please feel free to contact me anytime and I will respond to you as soon as possible.
Quality Archival Paper and Ink photographic prints
A4 an A3 size Archival long lasting Quality photographic prints on archival paper, printed on Canon DL5000 with archival ink. These specifically can only be done on A4 and A3 size. See below for more*
Poster A2 and A1 prints Archival and Non-archival options
Printer: Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-4000 12 colour
- SATIN 220GSM poster NON-archival
- GICLEE PREMIUM SATIN - Conforms to ISO9706 standards for
*ARCHIVAL AND ECO FRIENDLY (from Canon website)
Output from the DreamLabo has been tested to retain beauty of up to 300 years.* Canon takes an environmentally friendly approach to product design and life cycle. The Dreamlabo 5000 uses no harmful chemicals and provides virtually an orderless operation.
Up to 300 years archival quality*
Larger sizes up to A1 can be done on various other papers, standard, archival fine-art papers, canvas and other surfaces. Please contact me direct for options and quotes.
About the Artwork
Created digitally at high 300dpi (ppi) at originally A1 size, I had been planning on doing this South African Springbok with attitude, for a very long time. Once the main character was complete, I discovered it can be presented in various versions with different backdrops of the SA Flag, given interested buyers a variety of choices.
*E1. Estimated print-life for dark storage (Test methods and criteria for estimation). The image permanence data expressed in numbers of years are estimated based on test methods
and criteria written in “Digital Color Photo Print Stability Evaluation” (JEITA CP-3901) standard issued by JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association).