The making of limited edition art prints

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At Mr. Wallski, quality is of extreme importance. Besides the use of state-of-the-art equipment the use of material is just as important. We only work with the best materials available.

We have chosen to work closely together with Re-Art, the best master printer in the Netherlands, which has been producing Fine Art Prints for renowned international artists for many years and has over 25 years of experience. Thanks to the use of state-of-the-art equipment, you are guaranteed a high-quality, unique end product with dazzling details and a striking resemblance to the original work.

All frames are high quality and custom made to fit the art print by our professional framer.
Our master printer and the artist choose the best fitting material together for each individual work.

Cruse Fine Art Scan

The quality of the prints is largely determined by the way in which the original work has been digitized. The Cruse Fine Art Scan is globally known as the best system for digitization of paintings. Our master printer works with the newest generation of the top model in this series of scanners. The revolutionary specifications and ground breaking technology guarantee superior colors, textures and fabric expression in unexpected sharpness.

Watch the video below to see how the process works:

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