Elfie Ray original digital prints are created digitally using hand-drawn sketches in the initial stages. They are created on a computer and as such only exist in digital format. They are not replicas of an original work. They are the original work. Limited edition means that only the specified number in the edition will be printed.  The artist reserves the right to reproduce the image in a different format or on a different material, for example on fabric or ceramic, or for card reproduction. 


Elfie Ray original artwork is created using the finest quality professional art materials.


We use Somerset® Enhanced Fine Art Inkjet, Paper

Made at St Cuthberts Mill based in Somerset, England which specialises in the paper manufacturing of high-quality artists papers, using one of the few remaining cylinder mold machines left in the world

Created to give artists and photographers an authentic fine art inkjet paper it's capable of producing impressive images. A stunning matte paper, with an invisible inkjet coating, whose texture will lift images, giving them a beautifully elegant fine art feel.

Somerset® Enhanced is a professional fine art inkjet paper

Manufactured: Cylinder mold made

Ingredients: 100% cotton

Longevity: Acid-free & archival Fade resistant prints achievable with pigmented inks 

Approved by: Fine Art Trade Guild in 255g/m²   



We use The SureColor SC-P600 printer with UltraChrome HD professional quality pigment inks.

Epson's top-of-the-range A3+ Professional quality photo printer. 

Epson’s nine-colour UltraChrome HD ink-set with Vivid Magenta reproduces a wide colour gamut to produce superb quality prints. The highest black density produces deep, rich blacks and ultra-smooth tonal gradation.



Fade resistance and framing

Frame prints to archival standards indicated by the Fine Art Trade Guild and ISO 18902

As with all original artworks, prints should be framed behind glass and hung away from direct sunlight.


General storage and handling instructions Handle the print with care as the surface is easily damaged. Coated papers can react with organic solvents, plasticisers, and antioxidants. These products could be contained in tapes, plastic bags, dry mounting film and could cause discolouration of the print. Discolouration of coated papers is a known phenomenon, but it is only temporary and very rare and can be permanently reversed by exposure to UV light. If yellowing is experienced, exposing to daylight for a short period can permanently reverse it.