There are two different fine-art print production ranges to choose from, aka 'series' that you will find at Eoseya Studio. That is Eoseya Classics and Eoseya Premier. Let's take a look at what they mean.
All print-products are produced at high-quality standards using pigment archival inks and acid-free archival print paper. In addition to that backboards and passe-partout used for mounting/framing are also archival quality, acid-free boards. Direct metal or glass prints are also produced on high standards and are long-lasting. Please follow the Safety and Care guidelines to ensure that your artwork continues to look new as time goes by. Safety and Care Instructions – Eoseya Studio
Eoseya Classics Series
Many of the fine-art print products that are produced following giclée fine-art standards fall under this category. Although this is the commonly followed guideline, this isn't a hard rule. Certain limited edition or large format prints fall under this category. It is common for these prints to be on or below 70cm x 50cm in size.
Prints produced on this series will be accompanied by a mini certificate attached to the back of the artwork, signed, and dated by the artist. (For artwork printed on paper, this will be attached to the back-board)
Eoseya Premier Series
Most of the fine-art prints that are frameless, edge-to-edge prints produced on either metal or archival print behind acrylic glass fall into this category. Similar to Eoseya Classics Series, although this is the commonly followed guideline, this isn't a hard rule. It is common for artwork under this category to be large format prints on or above 70cm x 50cm. These are high-quality productions that are meant to last many years.
Eoseya Premier Series artwork is accompanied by a mini signed certificate attached to the back of the artwork, signed, and dated by the artist. A 'Proof of Authenticity' certificate is also provided. This certificate is also numbered, signed, and dated by the artist. Additionally, a serialized numbered hologram is added to the certificate. A second, identically numbered hologram is applied to the reverse side of the artwork. The artwork will also be registered in Eoseya Registry (https://eoseya.com/registry) and MyArtRegistry (https://myartregistry.com).