HOW TO RELEASE A LIMITED EDITION PRINT
Many art lovers and collectors are drawn to limited edition prints. Even if these works aren't unique, they still can be as valuable as their original counterpart.
Artists use limited editions to reduce the total number of artworks released in an edition, ensuring that each piece retains its value over time. But what's the difference between the 1,000 prints that go for £30 or £50 on general art
e-commerce websites to those that sell for a higher price? While there are many things that factor into the final price of a limited edition print, the most influential one is the artist’s career and the speed at which the original artwork sells. The process of creating a true masterpiece can sometimes take a very long time, so for a collector acquiring a limited edition print might be a good investment.
It is important to get your first limited edition art print out there and start expanding your fan base and sales opportunities. Many artists have asked us about the steps involved in creating a limited edition print so we put up this article to help you tackle all the important parts of this exciting process!