Art Techniques

In my work, I often combine traditional (analog) and digital art techniques. This art process is often referred to as D.G.A (Digital Graphic Art), Digital Fine Art Print, and Mixed Media.

D.G.A is an art process that has been used by famous artists such as Andy Warhol and is now widely used in fine art prints. The difference between D.G.A and serigraphy is mainly how the colors (ink) are being applied to the paper.

Working with these techniques gives me a greater freedom of color usage in the creation of his pop art pieces.


Drawing (pencil/pigment marker/paint) on paper/canvas. The drawing/painting is then digitized using a scanner. The colors are mainly applied digitally on art pieces printed on paper. On mixed media pieces, I utilize various art techniques.

All art pieces are made with high-quality materials and state-of-the-art printing processes. Including Giclee fine art print (pigment inks) on Hahnemühle (210-308 gsm) and Canson art paper.