We use a 44" (112cm) wide Epson 9900 inkjet printer with 10 different warm and cool black and grey carbon-based pigment inks to produce black and white prints of unparalleled quality and image stability. These prints exhibit the highest archival traits possible. They also have a resolution and sharpness that is unrivaled by other inkjet systems using mixed colors to produce black and grey. A variety of matte and glossy papers may be used with this system.

Papers For Piezography

Hahnemühle Museum Etching | 350 gsm | 100% Cotton | Natural White | Data Sheet

Hahnemühle Photo Rag | 308 gsm | 100% Cotton | White | Data Sheet

Awagami Kozo Thin White | 70 gsm | Kozo | Natural White | Data Sheet

Hahnemuhle Photo Silk Baryta (Ilford Gold Fibre Silk) | 310 gsm | Alpha Cellulose | White | Data Sheet

Harman (by Hahnemühle) Gloss Baryta | 320 gsm | Alpha Cellulose | Bright White | Data Sheet

* Glossy papers receive a varnish overcoat layer to subdue differential gloss and for further protection

Osamu James Nakagawa

Osamu James Nakagawa