In the simplest definition a print is the result of a process in which an image is created on a matrix that is then transferred to another material using a liquid usually ink. This definition although vague doesn't encompass all types of print, for example, rubbings in which liquid is not typically used to transfer the image. I believe that prints do require a matrix or an original source/surface on which the image on the print was originally created. In order for a print to be considered a print it must transfer sources (from the matrix to the printing paper), although those sources don't have to be physical. An image can be created on photoshop and transferred as a finished piece to instagram and still be considered a print. Another important aspect of a print is the possibility of reproduction. Prints were originally created as a means of reproducing and distributing images. A print does not have to be reproduced but it should have the potential to be reproduced unless you destroy the matrix. A print does not always have to be a physical object. As mentioned in class and in a previous example, posting a finalized image created on a different program on social media can be considered a print. Our technology has come so far that we can now print in different ways. 3d printing allows us to print entire objects through individual printed layers of material. Do-Ho Suh presents his rubbings both on a two dimensional surface and stitches them together to create a three dimensional object.