Artist: Bob Mankoff
Publication: The New Yorker
Fine Art prints - Printed on premium matted artist-grade paper, giclee printed with archival, acid-free pigment based inks.
Framed prints - Printed on Kodak lustre-finish ENDURA Premier Paper which is archival and acid-free. Lustre photo paper is most closely related to a matte finish but, has a textured appearance and a very slight sheen to it. This paper type is the standard paper type in professional printing.
Plexi - Framers grade plexi. 66% UV blocking and 92% light transmission
Mats - 4ply white paper board
Frames - Black 1.25” solid wood frame covered with acrylic. Felt bumpers. Finished with a wire hanger. Frames made from wood mouldings also feature a black paper backing. Framed Prints 11x14 and 12x12 or smaller include a sawtooth hanger.
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