Kazuhisa Kusaba 'Daiseimei - Ryubo' limited to limited Giclée works
Introducing the giclée replica of the painting "Daiseimei (Ryubo)".
Giclée, also known as digital lithograph, is a printmaking technique that uses the latest computer technology to enable more faithful reproduction of the original image. After analyzing the original image with a computer and measuring it precisely, jet injection of more than 4 million microparticles per second is performed. By mixing 512 colors of ink, it is possible to develop as many as 70,000 subtle colors, and it is said that both the precision and color of the original image exceed the limits of conventional print reproduction techniques.
* The surface has a matte finish and does not have the luster and three-dimensional effect of digital silk screen.