Digital printing is a technique that involves printing an image directly onto various types of media from a digital source.
Digital printing is a way to print digital images on different materials without using a printing plate, unlike offset printing. You can send digital files, like PDFs or desktop publishing files, straight to the digital printer to produce prints on various surfaces like paper, photo paper, canvas, fabric, cardstock, and more.
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What is silkscreen printing?
An expert printmaker takes a break from crafting world class editions at Make-Ready to guide us through the fundamentals, foibles and speculative future of screen printing and serigraphy.
Take art to the streets with a limited edition tote by Brian Calvin. Five artist bags created in collaboration with re-wrap present the opportunity to collect work by Avant Artists in a functional, real-world ready format. For his bespoke design, Calvin landed on a lilac cotton base set below one of his signature, plaintive portraits. re-wrap is a social enterprise with 20 years of expertise creating hand-made, organic cotton tote bags and textile products in close partnership with women and farmers in South India.
Clocks Daylight Jump
Energetic fantasies by Tomokazu Matsuyama explore cultural identity in a post-internet age.In Clocks Daylight Jump, a lone traveller on horseback pauses to look back on a colourful array of flora and fauna. Eclectic motifs appear throughout, including the artist’s signature damask pattern applied by hand in silver leaf.“What I’m creating is a mash-up of different cultural and historical components.”
If I Fell From Me To You
Tomokazu Matsuyama’s energetic, richly-layered works explore cultural identity in the age of the internet.Realised via close collaboration with a team of master printmakers in London, If I Fell From Me To You surrounds it’s subject with traditional European damask patterns and Japanese floral motifs. The print’s bespoke shape matches that of the original painting it is based on, now re-energised with a series of deftly-applied details, textures and finishes.
Tomokazu Matsuyama’s energetic, richly-layered works explore cultural identity in the age of the internet.Realised via close collaboration with a team of master printmakers in London, the work’s shape emerges from a series exploring ceramic painting tradition, and attests the distinctive take on abstraction – both precise and ornate – that Matsuyama continues to progress alongside his figurative work.
The Couch Unsent Piano
Tomokazu Matsuyama is a Japanese-American artist whose energetic pop-inspired works explore cultural identity in the age of the internet.The Couch Unsent Piano merges elements of Eastern and Western culture, influenced by the artist's upbringing in Japan and America.
Together Alone (Silver)
Stencil, graffiti, and an inventive use of colour are core to Paul Insect’s work.Together Alone is a double portrait combining screen print colours, varnishes, digital print, spray, and hand-painted elements. The piece uses three different types of paper.
Elliot Dodd’s art is distinctly of its time: his multi-medium practice incorporates cultural references as well as contradictions. Major Terpene, is no exception.
Honestly Gone Going
Influenced by an upbringing in Japan and America, Tomokazu Matsuyama merges elements of both Eastern and Western culture in his colourful and intricately detailed canvases. Honestly Gone Going is no exception.
The Farm Crash
Tomokazu Matsuyama is a Japanese-American artist whose energetic pop-inspired works explore cultural identity in the age of the internet.The Farm Crash merges elements of Eastern and Western culture, influenced by the artist's upbringing in Japan and America.
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Your questions, answered
We collaborate with artists to create both limited editions and works on paper.
A limited edition is part of a unique series of pieces. Limited editions are fixed in quantity, meaning we will only ever produce a certain number.
Framing options vary for each piece and are listed on the individual artwork pages. Our standard glazing offer is a minimum 90% UV acrylic plexiglass, or you can upgrade to an anti reflective Optium museum plexiglass.
Yes, 100%. We work directly with our artists to create editions that accurately represent their body of work. Additionally, every artist personally reviews and approves their final editions.
Each edition comes with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity (COA) signed by the artist. Additionally every edition will be signed, marked, or numbered on the edition itself.
Works on paper and some originals don't come with a COA.
No—the copyright is not transferred to the purchaser of the edition.
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