Because of the size of the fine art reproduction I'm working on, I've had to come up with a way to frame and protect the print. A 44"x11' print is simply too large to cover with glass.
Thanks to Kansas City photographer Michael Regnier for suggesting the use of Oleopasto as a solution.
Oleopasto is a translucent oil-based gel. I can apply it to the surface with a brush or a knife. It has the double benefit of protecting the surface of the print and imparting a textured surface.
Posted by Don Tracy at June 17, 2003 12:10 PM