…I’ve made a conscious decision to go only with this option rather than including a cheaper alternative due to the fact that the quality in these books just cannot be surpassed. You really want something that will display your story with beauty and give it the justice it deserves. This is what Folio know how to do. They use only the highest quality pigment-based archival inks so that the images won’t discolour over time and are then printed onto fine art, archival quality paper. This paper is more like something you’d paint on rather than a photographic print and will produce beautifully sharp images with a soft textured, matte finish. These are luxury flush mounted books so the pages will lie flat with an almost invisible crease so each image is therefore on full view and can be showcased across two full pages. They also come in square format and are designed to bring a balance to the images whether displayed in portrait or landscape. The albums are then bound in plush vintage leather or natural cotton and with these artbooks, the quality and craftsmanship will remain exactly the same as the first time they were ever opened.
Packaged in a protective unbleached cotton sleeve and presentation box, each and every book is kept clean and dust free and this housing acts as a nice reminder of how precious the content is. Folio Albums are also fully committed to looking after the environment. Using only sustainable materials, toxic free glues and working with shipping that is carbon neutral, they pride themselves on their green, eco friendly credentials.
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…We also offer incredible Giclée fine art prints which just happens to be the very same printing that is used by many museums, art galleries and photographers throughout the world for its unique, painterly qualities. Images tend to take on a watercolour-like look, with the texture of the paper helping to add to the overall beauty of the photograph. The image also takes on a more matt appearance with deep blacks, bright whites and pastel-like tones. They use only the highest quality pigment-based archival inks so that the image won’t discolour over time and is then printed onto either Fine Art Museum Rough 300gsm or Fine Art Photo Rag 300gsm archival quality paper, which ensures longevity. This paper is more like something you’d paint on rather than a photographic print and will produce beautifully sharp images with a soft textured, matte finish. The visual quality of the print result is extremely high and also offers one of the highest degree of accuracy and richness of colour available in any of the reproduction techniques. If you’re interested in finding out more then give me a shout and I’ll get back to you with the details/costs etc.