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Epson Standard Digibox for Digigraphie Artists 7105054

  • Description

    Epson Standard Digibox for Digigraphie Artists 7105054:  Digibox is the start up kit for Digigraphie artists to know more about Digigraphie program and start producing the first Digigraphies art work.

    This package contains the following items: Digigraphie Tools CD, Embossing Die, Certified Media Swatch Book and it can be delivered together with the Cold Stamp (produced by the Digigraphie certified dealer) and the self inking stamp. Stamps may be delivered on a later stage, and not initially included on the Digibox.

    For more information about Digigraphie® by Epson please click here.

  • Compatibility

    • Epson SureColor SC-P6000 Series
    • Epson Stylus Pro 9900 Spectro Proofer UV
    • Epson Stylus Pro 9900 Spectro Proofer
    • Epson Stylus Pro 9900
    • Epson Stylus Pro 9880
    • Epson Stylus Pro 7900 Spectro Proofer UV
    • Epson Stylus Pro 7900 Spectro Proofer
    • Epson Stylus Pro 7900
    • Epson Stylus Pro 7880
    • Epson Stylus Pro 4880
    • Epson Stylus Pro 3800
    • Epson Stylus Pro 11880
  • Digigraphie Explained

    Digigraphie® was officially launched on 13th November 2003, at the cenrenary of the Autumn Exhibition. But its practice is much older. For several years, phtographers, sculptors and painters, as well as service providers (photo laboratories and lithographic studios), have been using the technology of Epson printers to produce prints on the art paper. This in turn has opened the doors to a new discipline: the digital reproduction of a work of art.

    But what should a high quality, digital art print created with an Epson printer be called? The question arose as long aso as 1991 in the USE and Jack Duganne, head printer at Nash Editions, needed a generic term to describe the works of the artist Diane Bartz, product using inkjet technology. He user the French term “jet d’encre” (inkjet) which he refined to “gicleur” (jet/sprayer) and then “Giclée” (sprayed). A new label was born. (Source “Digital Printing” by Harald Johnson, Eyrolles editions). These two image professionals therefore used a personal label to describe their limited-edition art prints created using Epson Professional photo printers.

    Faced with these developments, Epson France registered the name Digigraphie® with the INPI (Institute Nationale De La Propriété Industrielle / National Industrial Property Institute) and the OHIM (The Institute for the registration of Europeacn Trade Marks) in 2003. The trade marks then became European. All those who comply with the usage rules may now use this label.