Re: Editioning

From: Craig Zammiello ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/03/04-04:25:16 PM Z
Message-id: <00ca01c4614c$9dc81200$0200a8c0@Downstairs>

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From: "Loris Medici" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, July 03, 2004 6:08 PM
Subject: Re: Editioning

> I sell unique prints (BTW, what is the difference
> between a unique print and a monoprint?),

Nothing, it's just a term...

>but I warning the purchaser that
> the prints are unique only for the medium/color + size combination, in
> words: I can print the same image in another medium/color and/or size. I
> don't think it's wrong to call this "unique" as soon as the purchaser is
> informed correctly. What do you think?

This indeed is what we refer to as a "monoprint" in the world of
publishing, since it's using a common matrix. It's very noble of you to let
the collector know the heredity of the print.
Also, it is indeed "unique" as in "species" ( or sub-species ), and can be
also termed a monoprint because it is using the same negative/positive

Best, Craig Z.
Received on Sat Jul 3 16:30:46 2004

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