Digital printing need not be limited to direct photographic reproduction, nor even to reproduction at all.
The capabilities of digital printing as a medium for unique works have yet to be explored.
The reliably exact delivery of ink which makes these printers perfect for printing multiples depends on matching the imagery to an appropriate substrate. This dependence can be creatively exploited by the use of different surface treatments, coatings and papers.
As printmakers for the past 25 years we bring to image making a wealth of experimental creative practice.
We continue to develop ground-breaking hybrid and mixed media printing procedures, utilising archivally sound heterodox materials and substrates.
In this preliminary study for "Parts", a unique work in progress by Ants Reigo, a foil covered artboard was prepared for digital printing, first with an overall inkjet-receptive clear ground and subsequently, an opaque white ground for the objects.
We offer state of the art digital printing for artists, photographers, architects, graphic designers and publishers.