99 Limited Editions Specialises In Truly Collectible Limited Editions
Fully Certified, Collectible Fine Art
99 Limited Editions is an innovative concept that challenges the status quo in limited editions. Featuring highly collectible, numbered and accessible artworks from your favourite contemporary artists.
“ 99 Limited Editions Redefines What Is Considered Truly Limited ”
The 99 Philosophy
In the established art world, original works of art are only available for a selected number of collectors and museums. As a result, it becomes difficult for an art lover to justify buying exclusive originals. The 99 Limited Editions concept exists as a solution for those not wanting to resort to decorative, mass-produced pieces that lack authenticity.
“ Specialized In Highly Collectible, Numbered Editions That Are Certified By Our Advanced Certification & Catalogue System ”
Reclaiming The Term ‘Limited Edition’
We believe that the word ‘limited’ has lost all meaning in fine art. With each popular limited
edition print run,
alternative versions of it begin to appear in different sizes and materials. This loophole for
defeats the idea behind collectible art and is a betrayal to art collectors that thought they
were buying something
Our state-of-the-art Certificate of Authenticity sets a new industry standard, supported by the Catalogue & Certification System which securely keeps track of the total number of editions. This allows 99 to give wider access to collectible artworks at a reasonable price range.
“ We Never Re-Release, Reproduce Or Alter Limited Editions In Any Other Art Format ”
The Craftsmanship Behind The Concept
All limited editions are precision made by our master craftsmen. Utilizing state-of-the-art technology used by museums across the globe. Each piece is hand crafted using techniques and materials chosen in collaboration with the artists themselves. Frequently utilising the cutting-edge Epson Micro Piezo TFP Giclee Archival Pigment Print technique. Limited editions finished with this technique are printed onto a high-quality canvas or archival paper. The giclee pigment prints are then carefully hand treated in two coats of special varnish giving it a high-quality, long-lasting finish. No artwork is approved until each piece undergoes rigorous quality checks, is signed, then numbered for authenticity.