Archival Matte Paper, Acrylic and foam core backing
The fish rubbing process, also known as Gyotaku, began two thousand years ago in the Orient. It was originally done to document species and sizes of fish. It then transformed into an art form. The Gyotaku technique allows for a truly accurate image of all the details in each fish.
All prints are IGEN prints on heavy 14pt C1S stock well suited for detailed artwork. Fish prints with genuine driftwood frames include a 1/8″ thick clear acrylic and foamcore backing kit.