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You Reap what you - Kind Ants 02

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You Reap what you Sow - Ció che Semini, Raccogli.

An anthill, to represent an old saying, precious for relationships, personal goals, and self care. Daily gestures can lead to wonderful results, which will bear fruit, in the right season. For me, an anthill expresses this metaphor perfectly. Kind Ants spend most of their time collecting seeds and storing them which can sometimes bloom.

Un vecchio detto, preziosissimo per le relazioni umane, per i progetti personali, per la cura della persona. Attuare giornalmente e con costanza dei piccoli gesti, puó portare a dei risultati meravigliosi, che daranno i frutti piú in lá, nella stagione giusta. Per me un formicaio  esprime perfettamente questa metafora. Le formiche Gentili trascorrono la maggior parte del tempo a raccogliere semini e conservarli che talvolta possono sbocciare.

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Sustainability

I am proud to say that my prints are sustainably packaged and carbon-neutral from end-to-end. The materials used to produce your orders have been carefully selected to reduce the impact on the environment whilst still ensuring your orders get to you in perfect condition. Sustainably sourced Inkjet paper.

Printing Technique

A Giclée print is a high-quality archival inkjet print. The word Giclée (pronounced ‘Jee-Klay’ with a soft J), comes from the French verb gicler meaning "to spray".
Giclée printers use a higher quality of fade-resistant, archival, pigment-based inks with an unbeatable archival lifespan of up to 200 years.

Art Paper Type

Canson Aquarelle Rag is a highly textured Giclée art paper, offering strong reproduction of blacks and good color intensity with a texture that holds the ink and catches the light.
Our Giclée paper manufacturers only use resources from sustainable forest management areas. This program ensures the preservation and protection of biodiversity, the renewal of the forests' habitats, and decreasing of the impacts of exploitation of forest areas for future generations. The paper made at their mills is certified for the traceability of the wood fibers from an origin of non-threatened forests.