A French term meaning "squirted or sprayed." The process involves high-quality, larger-format inkjet printing. The prints produced must be 300 dpi or greater in resolution, the substrate used must be of archival quality, and involves the use of pigment-based inks that can last for over a century without fading.
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Alain Beraud continues in a Neo-Cubist landscape that is derived from his extensive travels in Asia and Africa. Beraud both reveres and celebrates the turn-of-the-century art from that launched most of the modern art and design movements of the twentieth century: art deco, modernism, abstract, dadaism, and futurism. Cubism would influence art, music, architecture, design, […]