Limited Edition Archival Prints

 

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Another name for archival prints is “Giglee” prints.  Giglee is a term originally coined to describe a high quality fine art print created on an IRIS printer.  Over the years, though, the term has become synonymous with high-resolution prints from a high quality inkjet printer using archival inks (fade-resistant) on archival (acid-free) paper or canvas.  I refer to the print that I sell as archival prints, as the term seems to be more understandable.
Limited Editions
All of my archival prints are hand-numbered, titled, and signed by me, and come in limited edition sets.  For example, if I offer a signed limited edition set of 25 of an 8 x 10 print; it is my pledge to never to offer for sale more than 25 signed prints in an 8 x 10 edition.  After the 25th signed 8 x 10 print sells, the set is sold-out and is no longer available.  Really.  I do reserve the right to release the same image in multiple limited edition sets that come in different sizes; so while an 8 x 10 edition may be sold out, I may still create a new 5 x 7 edition (unless it’s already been sold-out).  I also reserve the right to offer unsigned reproductions of my work through other services, such as Fine Art America, in unlimited numbers and sizes.

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Amy Ferrari Art Prints
My limited edition signed prints are printed at Amy Ferrari Art under the direction of Marco, owner of Ferrari Industrial Design. Being a typical designer, he’s a real stickler for precision!  We use an Epson Stylus Photo R2000 inkjet printer with the Epson Archival inks on fine art quality 100% cotton rag archival paper.  The size of our Epson printer limits the sizes of the prints we can offer, as the maximum width of a paper roll is 13 inches.

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A Win-Win!
While a fancy inkjet print will never compare with the original painting, offering archival prints is an easy way for art-lovers to acquire fine art that will last a lifetime if cared for.  It’s a win for customers because prints are so easy to buy!  Offering archival prints is also a win for me because I get to share my work with more people, and it helps me create additional income from a single painting.
Availability
If there’s an image of one of my paintings that you would like but don’t see available, please contact me to see if it’s possible to create a high quality print of that image. Many of my archived images are older, and pre-date our access to higher resolution cameras.  If a limited edition of the piece you wanted is unavailable, please contact me to see if it’s possible to create a new limited edition in a significantly different size.
Since I print and sign my own Limited Edition Archival Prints, I am limited in the sizes I can offer.  I do have another option, if you’re interested in larger prints.  Through my Fine Art America store, I can now offer quality prints that are fully customizable, and even have framing options!  The only drawback to using a print-on-demand service, such as Fine Art America, is that the prints come in only unlimited editions, and since the buyer orders directly from the company, the print won’t be signed.
Available Prints
Below are the links to all of the currently available limited edition prints!

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Available Signed Limited Edition Archival Prints

Artist-signed, limited-edition archival prints (archival ink on archival paper) produced by Amy Ferrari Art.  These prints are designed to last a lifetime.

 

Available Googly-Eyed Snarkle Tart Prints  (Signed Limited Edition Archival Prints)

All of the Googly-Eyed Snarkle Tart Paintings have been sold, but happily, prints are available!

 

Available Head Cases  (Signed Limited Edition Archival Prints)

A selection of available signed limited edition prints featuring original painting images virtually wrapped upon virtual head forms.

 

 

Available Skull Prints  (Signed Limited Edition Archival Prints)

A selection of available signed limited edition prints featuring original painting images virtually wrapped upon virtual skull forms.

 

As always, please feel free to email me  with any questions, comments, or requests.