Print Production and Quality

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Signed & Numbered by Hand

All artwork by Miroslav Dimitrov is available in Limited Editions only. Once an edition has been sold out, no further copies are reproduced. Each print is also individually checked for marks and defects to ensure it matches Miroslav’s highest quality standards before signed and numbered by hand .  

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Fine Art Giclée Print

The word Giclée (“g-clay”), is derived from the French verb gicler meaning “to squirt or spray”. Giclee, is used to describe a fine art digital printing process combining pigment based inks with high quality archival quality paper to achieve Giclée prints of superior archival quality, light fastness and stability. To achieve the best quality for reproduction of his Artwork, Miroslav Dimitrov only uses Giclée prints supplied by industry leading print specialists.

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Hahnemühle Archival Paper

Established in 1584, Hahnemüle is a German manufacturer of paper that has become a symbol of the highest quality paper and the ‘go to’ choice for artists and photographers.
Every print by Miroslav Dimitrov is produced using their FineArt paper range. Depending on the Artwork type Miro choses between 308gsm Photorag, 310gsm German Etching or 290gsm Bamboo paper. Hahnemüle guarantees its papers to be acid and lignin free. These papers also meet the most exacting requirements for age resistance (100+ years) and are specially designed for FineArt applications. 

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To achieve the best quality and colour reproduction all prints are produced on top of the range EPSON P9000 UltraChrome K3 Photo Printer using Epson’s UltraChrome HDX Wide Gamut ten-colour pigment ink-set (12 inks in total). 

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Certificate of Authenticity

While all prints sold by Miroslav Dimitrov are numbered and signed by hand as standard, many of them come accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. The certificate features a numbered hologram sticker maching the numbers and eidition written on the certificate page and the Artwork itself.