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Print u tell me
The product Print U TELL ME
by Stien Bekaert  150,00

Print U TELL ME

The print U TELL ME is the result of a collage technique, combining photography and found imagery with printmaking techniques. It is an abstract representation of Stien’s world, reflecting fragility and sensitivity. She played with found footage, impressions, painting, self-made images and photographs. By decomposing an image and applying manual and digital processes, the origin of the original image is completely lost and gets a new signification.

Details :

  • Measurements : 40 x 42 cm & a white border of 3mm
  • Hahnemühle paper, RAG 305
  • Frame is not included. (Contact me to define your perfect frame together, and I’ll make sure you’ll get it )
Maker: Stien Bekaert

 150,00

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Product Description

The print U TELL ME is part of a limited series of 20, and is a digital transformation of an original collage work, (giclée) printed on Hahnemühle paper to garantuee the highest quality and to maintain all tonalities and the hues of the original work. Each print is numbered, signed and provided with a Certificate of Authenticity. The Certificate of Authenticity is related to one particular piece of art. The Digigraphie label on the certified papers stands for the lightfastness testing results to ensure a lifetime of over more then 60 years under normal indoor exposure. These tests were conducted by independent laboratories to guarantee the impartiality of the results (for more info, please visit http://www.wilhelm-research.com). Measurements of the image : 42 x 40cm (+ outside white border of 3mm). The frame is not included.

The print U TELL ME is the result of a collage technique, combining photography and found imagery with printmaking techniques. It is an abstract representation of Stien’s world, reflecting fragility and sensitivity. She played with found footage, impressions, painting, self-made images and photographs. By decomposing an image and applying manual and digital processes, the origin of the original image is completely lost and gets a new signification.


I see printmaking as a true form of craftmanship.

Stien Bekaert / Visual Artist