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The print edition is the culmination of a project process. In a logic of promoting messages of benevolence, Saype wished to carry out its editions in a responsible way. From printing to final packaging, each element has been thought out and considered to offer you the best possible experience of his art.

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Museum quality

The editions are printed on Museum Etching Hahnemühle 350g textured paper, this natural white paper and its slightly pronounced structure, is distinguished by its great stability and durability.


The paper support remains a fragile element, so it must be handled with care. It is essential to have clean hands to handle the print or to use white cotton gloves. It is also preferable to manipulate the edition by the opposite corners.

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Fringed paper

Each edition is finalized by the hand of the artist, the fringed edges are made on each print in order to give a more noble aspect to the print. This careful handling then makes each print unique.

Signature, stamp and hologram

Each print is signed and numbered by the artist. The numbering also protects the buyer on the conformity of his single purchase.


The dry stamp (raised stamp), attests to the Saype finish and the quality proposed by the artist.


Certification by holograms supports the authentication of the asset. The first is affixed to the back of the art print; the second is pasted on the certificate of authenticity and belongs to the purchaser, and the third is kept by the artist for archiving.

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The cover that hosts the edition comes from a fabrication shop in France promoting short circuits and Up-cycling to reconcile economy and ecology. This desire to act in a logic of recovery of dormant stocks and unsold products allows a minimization of the carbon footprint of manufacturing and a circular economy.

In order to reinforce this approach, the artist has chosen to favor the use of small stocks of unsold items, the materials are therefore destined to be renewed regularly.

In order to decently protect the edition during transport, the cardboard case also respects the desire to get out of "all plastic". This packaging is 100% recyclable.

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