Prints can be purchased through our representative gallery
2832 Hurst Terrace
or through our studio by contacting us at nlotsos@me,com
These prints are made using wide format printers utilizing pigment inks. These inks combined with the fine art papers from Hahnemuhle, Canson or Epson produce prints that meet museum quality standards and have a life expectancy of over 100 years.
Archival pigment prints are only dispatched after meticulous inspection.
Limited Editions 7 or 9 or 17 (prints are published as an edition of 7 or 9 or 17 ).
Limited edition prints have a set number of 7 or 9 or 17 reproductions for the given sizes, plus 2 artist prints.
When the edition sells out no further prints will be produced for this specific image and size. Archival Pigment prints are signed and numbered. Print buyers will also receive a certificate of authenticity that will accompany the print. The certificate contains details relating to the specific edition, date print was made, number of edition, number of print, title or number of photograph, signature of photographer.
Open Editions Open edition prints have no set number of reproductions. Therefore are not numbered but they are signed like the limited edition. All open edition reproductions are made using the exact same materials and tools of the limited editions. Part of all open edition prints sales will be donated to the Brainstorm school and orphanage in Kibera slum in Kenya. For more information about our donations in Kibera please contact us.
All archival standard pigment reproductions are printed in house by the artist. All prints shipped unmated and unframed. We can deliver your prints matted and framed if you wish so. In that case please contact us through email to inform you about cost and delivery. All fine art prints are available in the specified sizes. If you wish to buy a print in a bigger size please contact us through email. Αrchival papers Hahnemuhle and Canson archival papers are considered the finest art papers in the market today; almost to be expected by companies that have been making papers for more than 400 years. All are capable of producing amazingly smooth rendering of tones, D-Max and Gamut and excellent brightness. All of them are ideal for color and black and white prints and they all meet giclee standards.