Much has changed since 1980s, some technologies evolved, others perished, new ones sprouted.
for a number of reasons, i retain the original process of black and white laser print - technology now well established, robust and relatively cheap - that means the whole process of production is completely sealed -- no subcontractors involved. despite of its simplicity a Deep Cheque Document (DCD) is impossible to exactly reproduce without the original digital file. it is also very efficient, during the creative process the proofs (stages) are printed as DCCs - to be given away as samples.

made with high-resolution (1200 dpi) A4 laser printer, some art quality papers used are listed below - you can specify your preference at the acquiring stage, bearing in mind that some images suit better certain papers - i am continually experimenting and can exchange your DCD if returned intact:
- Academia (Fabriano) - 200 gsm - fine grain, off-white
- Bristol (Clairefontaine) - 205 gsm - very fine grain, very white
- Dessin (Hahnemühle) - 150 gsm - natural white, vegan
- Lavis Dessin Technique (Clairefontaine) - 200 gsm - very fine grain, off-white

each Document contains “deep” elements on the border of visibility - and possibly beyond - think about this...
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