We will inform you of their individual characteristics so that your expectations are neither set too high, or conversely, too low. Some prints or books are produced in limited quantities.
We suggest you check it all out here at the nonphysical outlet shop. Please send us your suggestions and complaints.
When buying fine artwork it is important to have a clear idea of what you are getting. Ownership of art can be divided into two basic parts.
1. Ownership of the art object.
2. Ownership of the intellectual rights, or copyright.
Typically, when a collector buys a work of art, he is buying the art object which then may be displayed and kept or eventually sold by the collector. The artist retains the copyright, which is the right to reproduce and profit from the image apart from the art object. For example, the collector can't make shirts of the art and sell them. That remains the right of the artist.
So, the artist owns the idea and the image and may continue to profit from, reproduce, or do versions of that idea. The collector stands to gain from the resale of an object in demand.