Limited edition prints - artwork you can collect

Every Ooh! print is Limited Edition Print and each print is a unique piece of art.

What is an edition?

An Edition is the total number of prints created at one time. Because ink is mixed and poured by the artist by hand in small quantities, only a limited number of high quality prints can be produced at one time. Once this limit is reached, no further identical prints can ever be made, and the Limited Edition is complete. 

Are they collectable?

Ooh prints are great collector’s items, and they have the potential increase in value if demand for them increases. When you buy an Ooh! print you will receive a Certificate of Authenticity to guarantee that your print is an original limited edition print. A signed limited edition print is worth a lot more than a digitally produced photograph or poster, because each one is a unique work of art made by hand. 

How do I know what edition my print will be?

Ooh! prints are numbered by the artist in pencil, in accordance with print art convention, with the monograph and date in the bottom right underneath the printed image. The number identifies each print’s place in the Limited Edition in the form e.g. ‘6/10’. The first number is the number of the print itself (whether it is the first, second, or third in an edition). The second number is the overall number of prints - the fewer the number, the rarer the print is.

 

Is the art signed by the artist?

Ooh! Prints are monogrammed by the artist. A monogram is one of the ways artists sign their work, it is a motif made by overlapping their initials to form one symbol. Ooh! artworks are monogramed and dated in accordance with fine art print convention in the bottom right hand corner. The monogram on Ooh! prints are the combined initials of Anna Pharoah