How are the prints made?
DigitalFusion studio carefully scans the pages of the original journals employing techniques created especially for the Dan Eldon journal prints. These images are then enlarged and printed on archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art Watercolor paper.
What’s a giclée?
A giclée is a fine art term used to describe museum quality prints that have been created using fade-resistant, archival inks with beautiful color and clarity.
What’s an edition?
An edition is a pre-determined number of a particular artwork that has been set and agreed upon by the artist and/or publisher.
What’s the difference between limited editions and unlimited?
With a limited edition, once the number of artworks produced has reached the set maximum number for that specific edition, the artwork can never again be reproduced in the exact same manner.
In an unlimited edition, the artist and/or publisher allows for multiple reproductions of the artwork in a particular method of creation.
And why are the prices different?
The higher quality of materials and printing techniques, along with the size, signed letter of authenticity, Creative Visions Foundation emblem and uniqueness that comes with a limited edition naturally increase the value of the artwork.
The smaller dimensions, less detailed print method and limitless edition size allow for a lower price range.
What is the certificate of authenticity?
This is a document that certifies your limited edition print as a genuine Dan Eldon artwork. Kathy Eldon, who is the founder of the Creative Visions Foundation, as well as Dan Eldon’s mother and trustee of the estate signs each letter, verifying your print as an authentic, limited edition Dan Eldon work of art.
Hold on to your certificate of authenticity, as it increases the value of your limited edition print over time.
How do I frame my art?
These are two great options that we particularly like:
- Classic Black Shadow Box Frame
- Weathered Hand Crafted Frame