“Bangham is the most prolific designer of record and CD art (and much else) the Washington area has ever seen, creating the visual counterpoint to untold commercially released recordings. He has created covers for some of the biggest names in Washington music over the past few decades: Mary Chapin Carpenter, Nils Lofgren, The Nighthawks, Root Boy Slim... and for national acts like Little Feat, Black Uhuru, Mississppi John Hurt, Bootsy Collins and many more, but it’s his Washington portfolio that has made him such a beloved figure on the area music scene.”
– Eric Brace, The Washington Post


“Giclée print”connotes an elevation in printmaking technology, generated from high resolution digital images and printed with archival quality pigment inks onto various substrates including canvas, fine art and photo-base papers. The giclée printing process provides color accuracy and image stability superior to that of any other method of printing, including traditional silver halide or metal-based. They are priced midway between original art and regular limited edition lithographs. Limited edition litho prints are usually produced in editions of 500-1000 or more, all at once; but giclées rarely exceed 50-100 high quality reproductions, individually produced, signed and numbered one at a time.