We develop single prints, series and limited editions.
We use two exclusive monochromatic black and white inkjet systems with pigmented carbon ink. The Piezography® in Selenium and the new Piezography® Pro, which offers new possibilities. No color is added to create our grey and black shades. We use exclusively 7 to 10 black pigment inks and a superblack. The result is a very width and detailed modulation of the grey shades.
The system allows us to create one million possible combinations of different tones and to blend or split-tone the warm and cool inks. It Includes the darkest matte black ink and a newly invented gloss optimizer, that surrounds each pigment particle. There is no gloss differential between the white of the paper and the image. Come visit us and see the quality yourself.
We have tested and experimented a lot. Today we print on all kinds of paper. From superfine 20 gr/m2 Himalayan handmade paper to 450 gr/m2 handmade litho, including Japanese Awagami Factory washi ,Arches Velin BFK Rives, archival cotton rag and unique baryta paper.
A wide range of paper, uncoated and coated, acid-free and/or pH-neutral is available in our studio. We offer the possibility to bring the paper of you choice to our lab.
Piezography in laminated glass
Last but not least we offer an exclusive safety glass process, where the Piezography® print and the safety glass bond thermic. We use HY-TECH-GLASS non-reflective, extra-white glass and extra-clear glass, which show the paper and print in a very accurate visual manner without a distortion nor a reflection.
The print is put into a glass sandwich with two plies of glass (minimum 2mm each) and an interlayer inbetween. This object then goes in vacuum into a special oven during minimum 5 hours, in contrast to the plexiglass version, where the print is glued.
During this process the heated interlayer turns transparent and links the paper to the glass, turning them into one piece. The interlayer increases the power of resistance and firmness of the glass and blocks the UV-light transmission.
At last the corners of the glass get polished. The photograph object then can be suspended or positioned on the floor with a special mount.