100 Faces of London get Epson support
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By News Desk
13 June 2012
'100 Faces of London' recognises the diversity of London
A photography exhibition reflecting the diversity of the people of London will run in the city throughout June and July with the support of print technology developer Epson.
Called '100 Faces of London', the portraits were printed by photographer Milan Svanderlik on an Epson Stylus Pro 3880 ink-jet printer using UltraChome K3 inks including Vivid Magenta. Epson's acid-free, 100 percent cotton rag paper Cold Press Natural was used for the prints.
The exhibition – featuring portraits of 100 Londoners aged from 20 to 100 – is also being supported by a large-format 'Heritage Book' displaying the artwork in the entrance of The Crypt Gallery.
"Without the use of the Epson Stylus Pro 3880 and media, creating this project would not have been possible," says Svanderlik. "The quality and standard of the products and the prints it produces are remarkable and I am pleased with the results which will be shown at the exhibition in London."
Nick White, Epson Pro Graphics manager, adds: "Epson is committed to the Fine Art sector and values artistic talent. We are therefore delighted to support the 100 Faces of London exhibition which is a diverse, cultural and interesting project."
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