Printing technologies have come a long way in recent decades providing new and exciting opportunities for both artists and art collectors. An array of different HD printing mediums are used by the artist, all aim at achieving the very best museum quality art. Among these are the Lumachrome Acrylic Glass Technology, the Chromaluxe Dye Sublimation Aluminum Technology and the Diasec High Gloss Acrylic Glass Technology. The appropriate printing technology is carefully chosen for each work, based on its individual artistic traits, so as to reach maximum extraction of its beauty. For example, the Diasec High Gloss Acrylic Glass is the most suitable printing technology when metals take part in the scene, especially precious ones such as gold and silver.

Diasec High Gloss Acrylic Glass

'Loaf Rolling in Dough' - Diasec Acrylic Glass, 150 X 100 cm, 2019

The Diasec High Gloss Acrylic Glass is mostly used for printing artworks which include metallic objects such as silver cutlery, gold bars and ... an alien's spaceship, in order to farther enhance the metallic colors.

Chromaluxe High Gloss Dye Sublimation Aluminum

'Miss Universe' - Chromaluxe Dye Sublimation Aluminum, 80 X 120 cm, 2019

The Chromaluxe High Gloss Dye Sublimation Aluminum is a state-of-the-art technology, recently developed and immediately embraced by the artist as his exciting favorite, for being lightweight and a visually stunning, vibrant and durable fine art print. Chromaluxe prints are produced using a technology called sublimation, where unique dyes are infused in a heat press directly into specially coated aluminum sheets, resulting in outstanding shiny images with stunning color, vibrancy and resolution. In addition, these Chromaluxe panels are flame, water, scratch and fade resistant.

Lumachrome Acrylic Glass

'La Reine de la Route' - Lumachrome Acrylic Glass , 120 X 75 cm, 2018

The Lumachrome Acrylic Glass technology consists of a photographic transparency that is face mounted to the rear face of a crystal clear acrylic glass. The light is reflected off of this acrylic glass and is visually 'captured' within the acrylic glass and appears to be illuminated or back-lit. Lumachrome acrylic prints have a kind of silver-pearl luminescence that adds to the overall of its luxury feel. Since light changes its colors, intensity as well as angels along the day, when it falls across the acrylic glass print, the luminescence of the artwork changes as well, bringing the work to life.