Computational colour, the visual artist and the printed artefact

Hoskins, S. (2012) Computational colour, the visual artist and the printed artefact. Journal of the International Colour Association (JAIC), 6. pp. 50-54.

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Abstract

A peer reviewed journal article published in the Journal of the International Colour Association (JAIC). This paper outlines the limitations of digital printing in respect of its ability to replicate the nuances of colour that might be achieved by the artist. It is proposed that there is now available an opportunity for artists and colour scientists to work together to innovate new multi-head printers that could render the ‘tactile surface qualities and opaque ink set’ of the painter.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:digital printing, colour, artist, multi-head printers, tactile surface qualities, ink set
ID Code:16418
Deposited By: J. Montgomery
Deposited On:25 Jan 2012 12:33
Last Modified:28 Sep 2014 02:20

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