Taylor-Made is a workshop for Fine Art Printing/Photography/Scanning/Image editing.
Specialized in thinking along with everyone who works with photographic images.
I take the time to achieve a perfect image, so no mass production but time for Taylor-Made quality.
My many years of experience in photography and the long-term intensive collaboration with artists and photographers, ensures that beautiful images leave the workshop.
Much of the work that leaves the workshop, ends up in museums and art gallery's,
Nederlands Fotomuseum Rotterdam, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam, Museum Foam Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum Twenthe, Museum het Rembrandthuis Amsterdam , Museum Hilversum, Museum de Fundatie Zwolle, de Oude Kerk Amsterdam, and many art gallery's in The Netherlands and worldwide.
The printers are equiped with each 12 cartridges of pigmented color inkt, for long lasting prints.
A wide choice of media is possible, for example Hanhemühle Photorag, Hanhemühle Bamboo, Hanhemühle Fine Art Pearl, Hanhemühle German Etching and Baryta and semigloss/gloss papers ect.
The goal is to obtain a high quality product, a museum-worthy print.
The print can be finished by sticking on various sheet material, like Dibond, aluminium, black MDF ect.
Also a hanging frame on the back or acryl on the front is possible.
Scanning and studio photography, reproduction paintings and drawings, negative and positive filmscanning.
Please contact me for questions about prices, media and technics.
Let me surprise you with quality work and reasonable prices.
Fine Art Print
Giclée, Piezography, archival print, fine art print, inkjet…?
This usually all comes down to what I like to call Fine Art Print.
Fine Art print is the term that can be assigned to digital prints where maximum attention
has been paid to optimizing quality throughout the production process.
This description can be explained in many nuances. This refers to, the quality of the digital file,
the color corrections, the choice of printer, ink and paper.
Tailored to the individual needs of the artist, a high-quality and highly archivable print is created.
Due to the rapid and fragmented development of this high-quality printing technique,
no standard name has really emerged.
In any case, we are talking about a high-quality museum-worthy printing technique with
a beautiful color intensity.