A limited edition run:

A limited edition run refers to a specific number of identical prints produced from an original artwork. Here’s a breakdown of the key parts of our limited edition runs:

  • Original Artwork: The process begins with creating the original artwork, which could be a painting, drawing, photograph, or any other art form.
  • Digitization/Reproduction: Once the original artwork is complete, it needs to be professionally digitized or reproduced to create a high-resolution master file. This digital file will serve as the source for producing the limited edition prints.
  • Printing Method and Materials: We choose high quality printing suppliers, we make our suppliers known to our buyers we custom order each print. Common printing methods for limited edition art prints include giclée (fine art inkjet) printing, screen printing, lithography, and others. Select high-quality archival paper or canvas and archival inks to ensure the longevity and preservation of the prints.
  • Edition Size: The total number of prints you want to include in the limited edition. Typically, limited editions range from 25 to 500 prints.
  • Artist Proofs: Before producing the entire limited edition run, we create a small number of artist proofs. These proofs are test prints used to ensure that the final prints meet the artist’s quality standards. Artist proofs are numbered separately from the main edition and may have unique characteristics.
  • Numbering and Signing: Each print in the limited edition is numbered and signed by the artist. Prints will be numbered as 1/100, 2/100, 3/100, and so on. It is the artist’s signature which adds authenticity and value to the print.
  • Certificate of Authenticity: A certificate of authenticity is supplied with each print. This document includes the title, the edition size, the artist’s signature and any relevant information about the artwork’s creation.
  • Release and Marketing: Release strategy for the limited edition prints is variable. We will do our best to promote our releases with our buyers investments in mind. Maintaining high standards and high resell value is more important than hype drops.
  • Maintain Records: We keep detailed records of each print sold. This information is crucial for managing the limited edition and tracking its sales progress.


Certification and Documentation:

  • Our prints are deemed authentic by the fact they are hand signed, with signed certificate of issue, numbered and given blockchain identification. This is the highest level of customised art authentication service we can issue, or please choose a third party authentication provider.
  • Certification documents serve as the documentation for the artwork’s provenance. The certificate document is original.
  • Confidential records and images will be digital. 


Our Runs:

All works are limited editions.

Edition statistics and pricing schedule is listed with each series and with purchase information and certification.

Our general edition schedule:

  • Edition of 50 + 5 test.
  • Sizes: A3-A0 = 50 total.


  • A3: $1900
  • A2: $1900
  • A1: $1900
  • A0: $1900
  • Framing options are variable. Order dependent.
  • Shipping options are variable. Order dependent. Allow 10%.

All limited edition prints are made to order, include authorisation and certification documents. 

Product Description:

The canvas print is a reproduction of an original artwork that has been digitally scanned or photographed at a very high resolution to capture every detail and color nuance. The print is made using archival-quality canvas material and archival pigment-based inks, ensuring exceptional longevity and color stability over time. Archival materials are used to guarantee that the artwork retains its vibrancy and quality for many years without fading or deterioration.


The canvas used for the print is made of 100% cotton or a blend of cotton and polyester, providing a smooth and even surface for the artwork. This canvas is acid-free and pH balanced to prevent yellowing or discoloration, making it ideal for long-term preservation.

Archival Paper:

The paper used for the art print is made of high-quality, acid-free, and lignin-free materials. It is typically a heavyweight, textured fine art paper that provides a smooth, luxurious surface for the artwork. This archival paper is designed to prevent yellowing or discoloration, making it ideal for long-term preservation.

Archival Inks:

Archival pigment-based inks are used in the printing process. These inks are fade-resistant and water-resistant, ensuring that the colors remain true to the original artwork and are less susceptible to environmental factors like humidity and sunlight. The pigment inks also offer a wider color gamut, resulting in vivid and accurate color reproduction.

Print Quality:

The printing process utilizes advanced inkjet technology, such as giclée printing, to produce the canvas print. The high-resolution printing ensures sharp details, rich colors, and smooth gradations, replicating the original artwork with remarkable precision.

Stretching and Framing:

The canvas print may come either unstretched, rolled up, or pre-stretched on wooden stretcher bars. If pre-stretched, the canvas is carefully hand-stretched and attached to the sturdy wooden frame to create a gallery-wrapped appearance. This allows the artwork to be displayed without the need for an additional frame. Alternatively, the canvas can be framed with a suitable frame of the customer’s choice for a more traditional presentation.


We are open to negotiation: 

It’s essential to strike a balance between valuing our work appropriately and making it accessible to potential buyers. 

We are open to negotiation please contact us with your offers anytime.