Matted prints are extraordinarily versatile. They are the Swiss army knife of the wall art world. Whether you’re planning on self framing for your home, needing to store professionally presented prints, or holding exhibitions this is our product ying to your purpose yang.
Cunningly designed to fit your image within a standard mat to work with our gorgeous solid timber Reusable Frames: 406mm x 508mm / 16” x 20” (includes mat dimensions)
Apophysis // Gimp // Photoshop ..
contour, contrast, digiart, decor, decorative, lining, outlines, dark, abstract, abstraction, expressive, greyscale, black, white
thank you, S! :o)very spontaneous, very experimental – but i’m very glad about the outcome..!
– Benedikt Amrhein
This appeals to my monochromatic eye. I like it very much. :)
(Gimp is pretty much all I use.)
you have a monochromatic eye??! fascinating stuff… ;o)))) lolthank you so much, birgitta!!! greatly appreciated.. :o) ♥p.s. gimp is one of my favourites too – definitely!
(Actually, I would gladly volunteer myself in the name of Science and good art to be the first person with a surgically implanted monochromatic eye. Yeah. That’d be awesome. :)
ha! you too???!!! :oDDD come on – let us be the first human beings with such an eye!!! :o)since a severy accident in 2007 (to put it short, someday sooner or later – rather sooner – i must have a knee joint replacement) i am totally into the medicine of the future! i wish i could live in the far or not so far future (or make a time travel), to find out about the “medical evolution”. this would be fascinating, for sure!p.s. thanks for “erasing” “good art”. art, whether good or not, exists (of course) in the eye of the beholder. and “good art” (of course) even more so. :o)
Maybe you could have a B&W eye implanted into your knee.
I’m betting the ladies might object to that (especially at dinner) but hey- you’d certainly sell a print or two.