Damien Hirst series "Empresses" is an homage to 5 amazing women with a major relevance in history. Little known for western culture, their greatness is celebrated by Hirst. These series of works are created as stunning laminated giclées on aluminium composite panels screen printed with glitter.
Takashi Murakami's limited editions are many, although their characteristics vary greatly from one to another. The fact that there is a wide variety of themes, sizes, techniques and edition sizes means that Murakami has a large number of avid and loyal collectors.
Many are the artists throughout history that have made the fine arts evolve into different styles and techniques. Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque left everyone with their mouths open when they saw the first cubist paintings. Tristan Tzara and Jean Arp broke up with all art conventionalisms leading to Dadaism.
As can be seen in the section of this website "Printmaking" and as we have already discussed in our previous article "All you need to know when buying fine art prints" there are many printing techniques by which artists create their limited editions. We can have serigraphy, engraving, lithography, giclée...
There are many techniques of artistic creation. From painting to sculpture, installations and video art, the world of fine art is very broad. But within the arts we can also find the printmaking, which in turn forms a wide range of techniques and procedures.