Getting back into the art collecting game in the time of the post-pandemic can be difficult. Funds are reduced, jobs are uncertain, and buying art can seem like a luxury. Luckily, there’s an exciting world of affordable artworks out there, fit for all tastes and all budgets.
Due to their fragility, prints and other works on paper are particularly prone to damages. Sunlight, dust, humidity are just some of the elements that can impair paper and color pigments. Let's talk about the damages that can appear on your art prints, how to prevent them, and how they influence the price of the art.
Due to their incredible versatility and affordable prices, prints have become a popular choice among collectors. But print collecting is not without its difficulties. When acquiring prints, it's easy to get confused by the terminology. In this blog post, we’ll try to answer some of these questions.
Photography is a very democratic medium. But unlike point-and-shoot photography, fine art photographs are not there just to show us glimpses of reality, but also to provide insights and stories, construct a narrative or convey feelings and atmosphere. So let's learn how to appreciate photography.
Limited edition prints are often seen as mass-produced copies of famous artworks. But prints can be just as valuable as other artworks. Buying prints can be a great way to acquire pieces by famous artists at affordable prices or they can be a great way for new art collectors to kick off their collection.