Digital prints came into popular culture during the late 1990s after Benny Landa changed the course of the printing industry by unveiling the E-Print 1000, the world's first digital colour printing press. Today, digital prints remain to be a medium harnessed by top artists in endlessly intriguing and admirable ways.
Among our limited-edition and original prints, you’ll find work by contemporary artist Sarah Evans who uses the craft to celebrate the beauty of brutalist architecture. The bold yet minimalist Berlin Philharmonic Art Print is testament to Sarah’s ability to give new life to staling and often overlooked buildings.
We also have digital prints by Delphine LeBourgeois such as Smoke II, a modern tribute to the Dada movement of the 20th Century. Her work is produced digitally using a fine pen and then coloured using transparent inks. Smoke II*, like her other prints, illustrate Develphine’s ability to fuse intricate detail with bold, abstract colours.