Dita Von Teese Prints

The Dita Von Teese collection has selected analog and digital prints. Each print is noted either as "analog photograph" or "archival digital."

Analog photographs or C-print refers to chromogenic, a photographic process that works by forming a conventional silver image and then replacing it with a dye image. Most films and papers used for color photography today are chromogenic. All analog prints in this collection were made before 2003

Archival Digital Prints are considered giclée, inkjet printing processes that use fade-resistant, archival dyes (pigment-based). All digital prints in the collection were made after 2003.

Prints are signed and dated.