The USGA's Reproduction Process
The USGA's Museum's Archival Reproductions are made from high-resolution digital photographs and digital scans utilizing the latest state-of-the art digital technology. The USGA's Photography and Archival Department carefully match the printed reproduction against the original work of art in our collection and produce master match prints which are used for each on demand custom print to ensure that the Museum's reproduction standards are maintained for both open and limited editions.
Every custom-made USGA Archival Print is printed on 100% acid free 230 gram archival matte paper. The paper we use is PEFC Certified. PEFC is the world’s largest forest certification system. These crediibile standards seek to transform the way forests are managed globally – and locally – to ensure that all of us can enjoy the environmental, social and economic benefits that forests offer. (www.pefc.org)
The USGA's Museum's Archival prints produced on on 100% acid free archival papers using the latest Epson professional edition printers and Epson UltraChrome K3™ ink can produce archival prints with amazing fidelity for both color and black and white prints.
Larson-Juhl, a Berkshire Hathaway company, designs, manufactures and distributes fine custom frames of enduring style and superior craftsmanship. Larson-Juhl has a history of making custom frames for over 100 years and has grown to 24 facilities across the United States and locations in 15 countries around the world. Larson-Juhl's designers travel the globe in search of unique finishes, exquisite embossings, and intriguing patterns, and its artisans take tremendous pride in the craftsmanship and quality of each frame. It's this attention to detail that makes Larson-Juhl custom frames the finest in the world.
Just as a Larson-Juhl frame adds beauty to a work of art, so does Larson-Juhl as an organization strive to conserve beauty in the environment. The company is proud to have partnered with American Forests to establish the Larson-Juhl Global ReLeaf Forest Foundation, which assists with forest restoration and establishment around the world.
- Each piece is custom printed and framed when you order it.
- We use only custom wooden frames by Larson-Juhl who have been crafting the finest custom frames for over 100 years.
- Larson-Juhl recognizes that enduring beauty needs to be preserved and has partnered with American Forests to create the Larson-Juhl global Releaf Forest Foundation. The foundation in Global forest restoration and establishment.
- We use acid free mats and foam core backing materials that will extend the life of the finished product. The last part of the finishing equation includes UV resistant plexiglas.
Please refer to www.wilhelm-research.com for the latest independent research on archival reproduction by one of the World's leading experts on archival reproduction.