Fine Art Giclee Prints with Archival Inks
What are Giclee prints?
Giclee Prints are simply a fancy word for fine art prints. It is the latest advancement in printmaking technology for the sole purpose of incredibly gorgeous and detailed fine art reproductions. Giclee, meaning ‘to spray’ or ‘to squirt’ in French was originally developed in 1989 as a way to pronounce the plate-less method of printing. These quality images are produced by high resolution digital scans, up to 1800 DPI and printed with archival inks onto various materials, such as canvas, fine art, and photo base papers. And lastly, the digital files are sent through a RIP to a high performance eight color printer. The giclee printing process provides better color accuracy than other means of reproduction. (source: http://gicleeprint.net/abtGclee.shtm)
- 1800 dpi giclee prints up to 60” wide (printable 59 ½”).
- Send .TIFF files for best quality.
- Printed on quality fine arts paper or canvas.
- Art reproduction and large format color scans.
- We will do our best to accommodate special requests.
Paper type: Photo-matte paper, smooth and textured fine arts paper or canvas.
Finishes offered: Matte or glossy lamination, mounting: black or white foam core and museum boards, black gator boards, metal moldings & framing, stretcher bar and spray protective clear-coating available.