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Re: inkjet printers



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NY Times did an article on this very topic with people who are researching
it.
Sunday Times - arts section - within the past year (2001).
Epson - yes- archival - yes 100 years - yes - fine art photographers are
using this process now. They list the specifics.
Mary

----- Original Message -----
From: Elen Freelander <elf56@QWEST.NET>
To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2001 7:27 PM
Subject: Re: inkjet printers


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>           CENTRAL NEW YORK BOOK ARTS: TRADITIONAL TO INNOVATIVE
>            See The Exhibition Online, And Order Your Catalog.
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> Digital Fine Art Magazine is an amazing resource for us computer/art
> pioneers.  The truly sad thing is that they have (temporarily, I HOPE)
> suspended publication.  It may be possible to get back issues, I don't
> know.  Anyhow, in the Winter 1999 issue there is an excellent piece on
> understanding digital prints, the whole piezoelectric ink jet thing.  On
the
> very next page is a bit about Wilhelm Imaging Research, an organization
> which exhaustively tests papers and inks for their longevity.  They have a
> web site, where you will be able to learn about all sorts of ink jet inks,
> archival or not, and lots of papers, coated or uncoated, various textures,
> etc.  http://www.wilhelm-research.com/
>
> Happy hunting,,
>
> elf
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>
> Karen Schwartz wrote:
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> > I am just beginning to combine digital images with artwork, and would =
> > like to know if anyone out there knows about the longevity of inkjet =
> > prints.  I have been using an HP 722 on photopaper, and coating it with
=
> > a photographic lacquer.  I am told this will make it last up to 80 =
> > years.  I have heard that Epson makes special inks that are long =
> > lasting.  I would like to print on my archival handmade papers with =
> > something that will last and not rubb off.  What are the possibilities?
=
> > Thanks.
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