To be honest, I can give you a hundred reasons. Limited edition prints are a no brainer. A win-win. A breeze. A catwalk. Plus, they are only a click away. But: I promised only five and five you’ll get.
Our limited edition prints are giclée prints, which is the best quality printing and image resolution for a print. Giclées are high-resolution prints that look exactly like the original. Because of the high quality of the ink, a giclée print can last up to a 100 years.
We usually think of a limitation as something that is negative, a restriction. But, hooray! Not in this case. The limitation of the limited edition is in the numbers: and the less, the better. A limited edition series means that only a certain number of prints are allow by the artists to be reproduced and after they are sold out there will be no more of this particular image available. Hurry and get your favorite before they are sold out!
Not your average “Keep Calm and Carry On” print, for sure. Toi’s prints are unique and meaningful, by talented artists from around the world.
The trash can is not our friend. Thousands and thousands of trash is thrown in landfills every day. Our planet resembles more and more the movie “Wally,” minus the cute little robot. Toi’s prints are unique, created by artists you love; they last a hundred years and are trash cans’ archenemies.
Art communicates a feeling, an emotion; it creates a memory and a legacy that makes home a part of our story. A limited edition print by Toi's artists is a legacy that you can pass from one generation to the next, sustaining memories of home, childhood and loved ones.
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