How are your prints produced?
The majority of our print editions are printed by hand in our studio, using the same techniques employed by Goya and Rembrandt, Warhol and Corita Kent.
While we enjoy the possibilities of digital processes (we employed them alongside screenprint in Elizabeth Newman's Collateral Damage and Untitled 2013) the material richness offered by analogue hand printing techniques is unsurpassed in our view.
All artworks are made in collaboration with artists in our studio and each print offered for sale is signed and numbered by the artist. We only print on acid free 100% cotton rag paper.
Who buys your publications?
Our published prints and books are in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of New South Wales Library, State Library of Victoria, National Library of Australia, Monash University Museum of Art and private collections nationwide.
Can we view works in person?
Artworks can be viewed by appointment by contacting email@example.com
What is your returns policy?
In the event that your artworks and/or books arrive damaged, we will replace your items (subject to availability). If no replacement is available, we will refund your purchase. We require you to contact us within 48 hours of receiving your damaged shipment on firstname.lastname@example.org
Items must be retuned in their original packaging before replacement items can be arranged. The cost of return shipping will be the responsibility of Negative Press.
Can you assist with framing?
Negative Press can organise all your framing requirements. We work with several reputable, archival framers who are industry leaders. For pricing and turnaround information please contact email@example.com