Mickie Caspi’s Material Options
Mickie Caspi offers his Ketubot on Giclée Paper.
The Giclée Paper
It is a finely honed technology in which more than four million droplets of ink per second are sprayed onto paper or canvas capturing the finest nuances of the original artwork. Because of the many layers of ink applied to the surface, Giclée reproductions appear to be ‘painted.’ Archival, ultra-chrome inks and 100% cotton papers rated to last for 120 years are used. This high tech method of reproduction offers the Ketubah artist more product options and more flexibility to modify and personalize their artwork.