YellowKorner CITIES Paper Photographic print

  • Designer Cameron Burns
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CITIES By YellowKorner

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Type

Paper Photographic print

Designer

Cameron Burns

The river is a paper photographic print.‎
Welcome to the wonderful world of Captvart.‎ Fanciful compositions at the origin of a parallel universe devoid of gravity where the absurd becomes reality.‎ Take advantage of this suspended moment to smile and tell yourself the stories that will thrill you.‎

YellowKorner produces non-digital prints on Fuji DPII Gloss 250 photographic paper.‎ It is a non-digital print covered by a layer of anti-reflective film that protects it from humidity and UV rays.‎ These are prints of very high quality, whose finish, sharpness, and contrast are optimal both in colour and in black and white.‎ Under the supervision of photographers, the prints are numbered and provided with a certificate of authenticity.‎ With the photographer’s consent, a single photograph can be made available in one or more formats: 50 to 500 copies worldwide.‎ Each format corresponds to a particular limitation, the bigger the format, the fewer copies there are.‎

Available finishes
Mounting: mounting is a procedure use to provide a solid support for an Art photograph.‎ This technique consists of gluing the print onto Dibond© (aluminium composite panel).‎ This thin and light material is made of a layer of polyethylene sandwiched between two thin sheets of aluminium, making it stiff and light, with a total thickness of 2 mm (3 mm for the Prestige format).‎ Since aluminium is a very light metal, this technique is particularly well suited to large formats.‎

Gloss acrylic glass: acrylic glass is used to heighten the colours of the photograph.‎ This technique consists of directly applying a gloss acrylic-glass plate onto the photograph after mounting, providing protection while accentuating the colours and therefore giving the print greater depth.‎ The print adheres under the acrylic glass with a pH-neutral adhesive system that enables us to obtain an exceptionally durable finish, free of bubbles or cracks.‎ This finish is ideal for colour prints that will be displayed in rooms without heavy exposure to light.‎

Matte acrylic glass: matte acrylic glass is used to heighten contrasts.‎ This technique consists of directly applying a matte acrylic glass plate onto a print after mounting, including a protective anti-reflective finish.‎ The print adheres under the acrylic glass with a PH-neutral adhesive system that enables us to obtain an exceptionally durable finish, free of bubbles or cracks.‎ This finish is ideal for the dark or black-and-white prints that will be displayed in rooms with exposure to strong light.‎

Available frames
After mounting, the print is then inserted into a 480 mm thick, solid wood, custom-built frame, assembled by hand.‎ The space between the frame and the image produces a floating effect and throws the image into relief.‎ On the sides of the frame, we find two notches allowing the work to be hung directly.‎ At the centre of this frame, the certificate including a description of the artwork, the artist’s biography, and the number of the print is attached.‎ This type of frame, known as a shadow-gap frame, leaves a 15 mm wide space with the artwork, thus providing an ethereal illusion of depth.‎ The shadow-gap frame is available in six colours: Black Satin, White Satin, Oak, Walnut, Wenge, Graphite.‎

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Dimensions

60 x 75 cm


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