Revolutonary Fine Art Printing

GlossPix Fine Art

GlossPix Fine Art

GlossPix often referred to as Liquid Gloss is a spectacular new method for fine art finishing:

  • Deepens and sharpens the image
  • Becomes more vivid bringing out the best from the colors
  • More alive than traditional Diasec or Canvas prints
  • The images moves towards a 3D effect
  • Shows up as a very high quality gallery presentation
  • Hard material that is resistant to scratches
  • Exhibits from galleries can be sold because of less damage
  • A new layer can be added should damage have occurred
  • UV protector that enhances the lifetime of the image
  • The presentation is unique enhancing the art value
We can produce GlossPix in almost any size.  The image is first printed in the highest available quality with pigment inks on fine art paper. The photograph is mounted on aluminium plate and the last step is the adding one or two codes of the GlossPix liquid which deepens the visual impact of the image and seals it into like a hard glass cover that incorporates a UV protector. This will further enhance the lifetime of the image without color fading for at least 150 years.

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How others are using Glosspix:

Some famous photographers have started using this method for producing fine art prints. It was for example presented in a Photokina exhibition by Stephen Zirwes who won the “Hasselblad master 2010″. In the photograph to the right an image is being treated with Liquid Gloss in the Netherlands for Andreas Gursky the German photographer that sold the world´s most expensive photograph in 2010 at an auction for 4.3 million USD.

Thor Magnusson used GlossPix on images in the exhibition Iceland Inside at Gallery Fold in Reykjavik, august 2012. In the YouTube video below the method is being demonstrated.