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Large Framed Prints: All fantasy art prints are custom manufactured using archival inks and acid-free paper. Framed prints are matted and framed in a stylish black frame with Plexiglas cover. Frames include complete backing. Frame size: 15" x 19"
Large & Small Posters: High-quality posters, printed on heavyweight 7 mil semi-gloss paper using superior dye inks. Image size of a large fantasy art poster 25” X 35”. Image size of a small fantasy art print 16” X 20”.
Wall Calendars: Don't miss an important date ever again! Our high quality 12 and one page wall calendars are printed on glossy, 12 point paper and measure 11" x 17".
Miscellanies:Gifts, Postcards, Stamps, Journals, Mouse pads, Clocks, T-Shorts and more… Over 70 items, surreal fantasy art images look great on these. Treat yourself or give as a gift.

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2008 Gallery
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2005 Gallery
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2004 Gallery

2004 Gallery
surreal digital art

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CALENDARS
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  • Digital art prints
    In recent years the use of photographic processes has expanded greatly, and the development of electronic devices, as well as other technological advances, has introduced a new era in the evolution of printing. The development of typewriters and personal computers capable of delivering justified and proportionally spaced copy has made possible the production of camera-ready books and has met the demands for several special types of printing. Perhaps the most revolutionary innovation has been the introduction of photocomposition machines for setting type by photographic means. Two of these are analogous in principle to the Monotype and Intertype casting machines and have been produced by the respective companies under the trademarks of Monophoto and Intertype Fotosetter. The Linofilm is a phototypesetting machine developed by the Linotype Corporation. The Photon machine, invented by the Frenchmen René Higonnet and Louis Moyroud, using an electric typewriter connected with a computer and a photographing unit, is noteworthy. Almost exclusively electronic, it can deliver justified type on film in a wide variety of styles at extraordinary speed. Fantasy art digital prints posters calendars gifts. Today photocomposition has been adopted in lithography, gravure, and letterpress printing, and its use, together with other electronic techniques, has revolutionized the printing industry (see optical sensing). In recent years some newspapers have started to use pagination systems, in which newspapers are electronically composed by computer, output to a negative, and a plate is made of the negative. Many reproduction processes other than those cited above have also been developed. Xerography, or electrostatic printing, has been widely adopted for photocopying; it is also the basis of the laser printer, one type of computer printer. It is also an effective means of producing master plates for offset printing. One xerographic device is used for making full-size reprints of out-of-print books from microfilm. Other duplicating processes of commercial importance are the Multigraph, which operates on the letterpress principle; the Multilith, basically a small offset press; the Ditto, a duplicator using a special fluid to remove ink from the master plate and transfer it to the paper; and the well-known photostat process. Keywords: Digital posters calendars gifts, Fantasy art prints, sureal Fantasy posters, 3d surrealism Fantasy gallery, surrealist Fantasy calendars, Fantasy art digital prints posters calendars gifts. 

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