Dear visitor, if you've made it this far, chances are that you are: a) mistakingly directed to my store instead of my brother's, b) very curious yet extremely lucky, c) an actual member of my family. Needless to say your are most welcome regardless. So here is the deal, I am selling signed and numbered fine art digital prints (more commonly called giclées) and silk screen prints (also called screen prints or serigraphs). The vast majority of my prints are sold as artist proofs (A.P.) which basically means your hard earned cash is going directly into my own pocket (well, half of that goes into the tax man's so…) rather than into some stranger's pocket on ebay (infamously known as flippers). Those artist proofs are numbered with roman numerals which would look like something like this : XVIII / XLIX (like you, I have no clue what this means but it looks fancy, so I'll go with that). There are usually not many of those available, probably between 15 to 20 copies tops. They will not be reprinted once depleted, that's what makes them collectible and somehow more desirable (or so they say). All my prints are rolled and shipped in sturdy tubes by yours truly and I am taking great care and pride in doing this to the best of my experience. A lot of Tender, Love & Care went into the creation of every single print you'll see on this store, from creating the image, printing it and finally shipping it. In fact, tears are literally rolling down my cheeks each time I have to part with one of those. However, I somehow find inner peace in knowing that my work will (hopefully) be loved, cherished and admired for decades and will be passed from generations on by enlightened amateur such as you, whose sense of aesthetic is (obviously) of the highest calibre. I look forward to receiving your purchase(s) confirmation email (it's probably already in my inbox) as I'm sure you are too. Whoever you may be, a wayfaring stranger or my mother, thank you for the time you've spent reading this silly introduction, which, let's face it, could have been a lot shorter. J. D.