Wednesday, 17 August 2016

New prints on sale, made using Colourstory.



"A walk in the woods"
Made using Facebook photos taken at Ashton Court, Bristol and Colourstory
1 of 2. Pigmented Inkjet print on Somerset Satin 100% Cotton paper.  
£30 including international postage.
                                           


"Greece, Summer 2015"
Made using Instagram photos taken on the island of Sifnos, Greece and Colourstory.
One off Pigmented Inkjet print on Somerset Satin 100% Cotton paper.  
£30 including international postage


"A Trip to Cardiff"
Made using Facebook photos taken on a day out in Cardiff and Colourstory.
One off Pigmented Inkjet print on Somerset Satin 100% Cotton paper.  
£30 including international postage.
                                           

7 comments:

  1. In philately a new print or afterprint is a new printing of a postage stamp not from the original printing plate, when the stamp is no longer sold at the post office counter for postage purposes.[1]
    Where a new printing is from the original medium it is classed as a reprint, but where the original medium is no longer available, perhaps because the original printing plates have been destroyed, it is classed as a new print or afterprint.
    For instance, the 1856 10 kopek stamp from Finland was reprinted in 1862 by the same method as the original (typography) and from the original steel die. In 1892 the Russian Director of Posts and Telegraphs ordered the stamp to be printed again, however, the original die was not available and the stamp was therefore reproduced using lithography, making it a new print.[1] Had the later stamp not been officially authorised it would be classed as a forgery.
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