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In today’s Tips & Tricks with Artist Strong I talk about how I use both unlimited and limited edition prints to offer value to collectors. Learn about the difference between each kind of print, what questions you should be asking about ink, and some places to outsource your prints.

Remember this key point: if you create a limited edition print series of an artwork on paper, you should not also be printing another, separate, unlimited edition series of the same artwork on paper. It’s unfair to your collectors and devalues your prints.

What’s the difference between limited and unlimited edition prints? (Click to Tweet)

Be Creatively Courageous: Have you considered selling prints of your art? Why or why not?

Additional links for you:

Redbubble

IPrintFromHome

http://www.artelino.com/articles/care_art_prints.asp

http://blog.photoshelter.com/2011/02/do-you-know-how-long-your-prints-will-last/

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