Definitions for "Prints"
Compendium of protein fingerprints (group of conserved motifs used to characterize a protein family), using iterative scanning of a composite of Swiss-Prot + TrEMBL. Usually the motifs do not overlap, but are separated along a sequence, though they may be contiguous in 3D-space. Fingerprints can encode protein folds and functionalities more flexibly and powerfully than can single motifs, their full diagnostic potency deriving from the mutual context afforded by motif neighbours.
The protein motif fingerprint database created by Attwood and Beck.
A print is a step above a proof in presentation and quality. While often printed on the same type of photographic paper, a print has been color- and density-corrected and oftentimes some minor dodging and burning is applied. This helps isolate the subject better within the print, drawing the eye closer to it. Prints come in a wide variety of sizes, from 4x6 to 20x30 and are usually printed on matte-finish RC paper. Other paper types are available upon request.
Unlike paintings or drawings,prints generally exist in multiple examples. They are created by drawing a composition not directly on paper but on another surface, called a matrix, and then, by various techniques, printing that image on paper. Those techniques may involve the use of one or another kind of printing press and ink, or the image may be transferred by pressing the paper by hand onto the ink surface of the matrix and rubbing. Multiple impressions are made by printing new pieces of paper from the matrix in the same way. The total number of impressions an artist decides to make for any one image is called an edition. In modern times each impression in an edition is signed & numbered by the artist, but this is a relatively recent practice.
This eBay category includes antique botanical, natural history, and costume prints, limited-edition lithographs, serigraphs, and etchings, and open-edition prints.
Prints: Snapshots, Postcards, Messages and Miniatures, 1987-2001 is a 2002 album by English guitarist, composer and improvisor Fred Frith, and his first album of songs since Cheap at Half the Price (1983). It comprises four tracks taken from previously released compilations that Frith had contributed to between 1987 and 1997, seven tracks that were "created spontaneously" in the studio in 1997 and 2001, and one live guitar improvisation in 2001. The album was released on CD in 2002 on Fred Records and was the second release in Frith's archival release program on the record label.
The final, retouched photographs purchased by the newlyweds and their loved ones.
A textile fabric that accepts a pattern of colored dyes applied by stencils, rollers, wooden blocks, screens or heat transfer.
A printed image generated by any of the graphic art techniques. Prints are regarded as original works of art, whereas reproductions are thought of as merely replicas or copies of an original work.
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When one color just isn't enough.