Fine art printing (aka Giclee printing)
Giclee printing is a somewhat misunderstood term. Technically, it refers to the process of printing using an inkjet printer.
Fine art printing partners aqueous pigment inks with fine art papers to produce archival, museum-grade prints. We usually refer to giclee printing as fine art printing or archival pigment printing. These terms convey the quality of the final product we can offer you. This is especially relevant because in regards to giclee printing, it’s the materials and equipment that make the difference – and we use the very best we can lay our hands on (read more about our fine art papers).
The quality of the final print is largely dependent on the file we will be working from. If you have any questions about how to prepare your work for print don’t hesitate to get in touch. Furthermore, if you are an artist who works on paper or other flat media, we can take the hard work out of file creation for you with our art reproduction service. We are also always happy to chat with you about how you can get the best results using the equipment and resources you have available.