Fine Art Prints Demand – Do you match it?

Do you match the fine art prints demand? If you are interested in a high-quality artwork on your wall, chances are that you highly do. And the reason is simple:

Digital-Fine-Art-Prints look great and don’t cost much!

Fine Art Prints DemandAnd giclée* is the only digital process, I have seen so far, that can look almost as natural as an original artwork. Some prints look exactly like watercolors and the canvas choice doesn’t disappoint the home consumer.
Of course, aside from original series copies, if you look at them with an investigative eye, you will find differences to original one-piece hand-made items.

But we are not talking about that, are we?

We want to hang something pleasing and compelling on our wall.

Digital prints do that job amazingly!!

Computer created prints are very inexpensive compared to original artwork.

The cake slice of digital printing in the graphic market as a whole is booming. It is estimated that about 50% of color prints will be printed in digital technology in less than 10 years, an unmatched growth potential in the industry.

The old and new technologies will certainly co-exist for many years. Each project and each customer have their own priorities and singularity. This is important because the cost difference between one budget and another will depend greatly on the quantity, the urgency, and the final result. (I don´t like the off-set looking stuff to hang on my wall, for example).

*Same as (digital) Fine-Art-Prints.

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6 thoughts on “Fine Art Prints Demand – Do you match it?

  • March 9, 2016 at 1:59 am
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    No problem with digitalizing genuine arts but I think originality is still of essence. If 2D pencil-art can deceive us into 3Ds by the use of shadows, why can’t inks in computer-printed arts? But the artist still has to use his creativity by making his art unique, such like incorporating his works with fingerprints he only has discovered — so it will be appropriate also to call him an artist. For example, seanwes.com is digitalizing his letterings. But still you can know it is his work because there’s really something unique in his works which you cannot find in others’ works.

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    • March 9, 2016 at 8:53 am
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      Hello, Shaine,

      Thank you for sharing your opinion. I agree with you completely.

      Yet, the boundaries between what is creativity (or what is unique) and what is not are difficult to measure, don’t you think?

      And I’m sure thousands of opinions can come up in a debate about it. Your concept seems highly related to the concept that arose after photography was invented. Roughly, before that, fine art was everything that had an aesthetic value (subjective, huh?), after that, art had to have a creative meaning (even more subjective?). Fortunately, it is an endless clash of opinions. Otherwise it would be very dull, wouldn’t it? 🙂

      Cheers!

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  • March 9, 2016 at 4:25 am
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    Hi there!

    I am not quite sure of this printing service…It is meant to replicate an original artwork? So for example, if I want all Van Gogh’s artworks, they can replicate it for me? Will it not get me in trouble for having fake copies (almost real as you have said). Or is this just for generic artworks? Sorry to ask so much question I am abit confused. Thanks!

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    • March 9, 2016 at 11:59 am
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      Hello, Pitin,

      Thank you for stopping by. Your question is quite relevant and, indeed, it could be a problem. I’m not a great expert on copyright law, but will try to answer with what I have learned up until now.

      There is a law for copyright expiration as you can see here in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Public_domain

      I think, following your example, Van Gogh’s work is public domain. If the work is not public domain, selling copies without the artist’s authorization is illegal, but I don’t think, from what I researched so far, that the buyer would have a problem with that. That would be a problem for the seller to face.

      I hope I have answered your question fairly enough.

      Cheers!

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  • March 9, 2016 at 4:20 am
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    My room is full of high quality artwork. I was not aware that computer created prints are very inexpensive in comparison to original artwork. I also didn’t know what an amazing job digital prints could do. Thank you for sharing this, it has been really helpful and I am looking forward to add some more quality artwork to my room.

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    • March 9, 2016 at 12:07 pm
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      Hello, Juan,

      O love it when art collectors stop by. Thank you so much.

      I strongly recommend that you continue collecting. If I may, I would suggest that you try at least one canvas print and one Sommerset Velvet Paper print. Those are my preferred choices, but there are others that are really cool too. Some, I still don’t know, unfortunately.

      If you do, please come back to share you opinion.

      Cheers!

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