A series of four collaged archival pigment prints, framed
Archival pigment printing is a process in which a sophisticated inkjet printer is used to print an image, using fine-grained pigment inks. Piezoelectric technology forces ink through microscopic holes. The ink droplets are then electrostatically steered onto the surface of the paper. The result is a high-quality, high-definition archival print. To create each of the four editions within this series, two separate archival pigment prints – a ‘background’ and a ‘foreground’ colourfield composition – have been collaged together within each frame, with the ‘foreground’ print floated forward. The series is sold framed, with each edition in a conservation-grade white wooden box frame with UV-protected glazing.