Text (the artist's words): Manual Digital—made with digits of the hand, i.e., fingers. The work plays on the original meaning of the word digital, as pertaining to the fingers. In this sense, all handwritten calligraphy is digital—manual digital, that is. Each print features an original fingerprint of the artist (his digital ID) in addition to his signature. The positioning of these hand impressions may differ slightly from those illustrated.
LONG-LASTING ARCHIVAL MEDIA
Printed from an Epson SC P800 using Epson’s 9-color UltraChrome ink system at 2880 dpi on Epson acid-free watercolour paper, a combination to ensure long-lasting quality. Wilhelm Imaging Research (www.wilhelm-research.com) suggest prints using this combination of ink and media will last for over 90 years without appreciable fading, based on indoor display framed under glass. Dark Storage Stability Rating at 73°F/50%RH is indicated to last more than 200 years. Detail is super fine at this resolution, almost ten times better than commercial printing so that even under a magnifying glass, prints hold up to scrutiny.