there are two different print types available
both of high archival quality to stand the test of time


So called Fine Art Prints are archival pigment prints on high-quality artist’s paper. The combination of special surface textures and premium inkjet coatings guarantees extraordinary print results with vibrant colours and high pictorial depth.
To ensure the best results I use different kinds of paper that are best suitable for the given image based on it’s motive and colours. Whether it’s gonna be super matte, silky or smooth is stated in the description of each print.

They do however have a delicate surface and should be handled with extra care or framed behind glass.


→ acid- and lignin-free, durable paper “weight” (thickness) above 280gsm


Photographic prints, also known as C-Type-Prints, are produced using traditional photographic techniques on silver halide light sensitive paper. They are characterised by very natural colour reproductions, rich details and high contrast. For my prints I prefer a semi-matte paper with a bright white papertone. It has a slightly sheen, satin finish with smooth color gradients in shadows and skin tones and deep blacks.
To prevent the print from any damages it’s recommended to mount and frame it appropriately.


→ 231gsm paper weight, silky-matte finish, smooth texture


A passepartout, or picture mat, is an acid free cardboard with a cut-out, framing the underlying picture. It’s meant to protect and preserve as well as to decorate and enhance the appearance of an artwork. It prevents the image from touching the glass and creates more depth as it enlarges the framing size.

For my prints I use pure white museum quality passepartouts with centered cut-outs. To guarantee archival longevity, only acid-free materials are used for the picture mounting.

→ individually pre-assambled and ready to frame!