The Giclée print method is used for producing edition prints from original artworks or photographs using modern wide format digital inkjet fine art printers.
The word giclée is a French language derivation referring to squirt or spray, thus "spraying of ink".
The Giclée printing method delivers a fine stream of archive rated pigment ink on fine art papers and canvas, resulting in vivid, pure colour and exceptional detail most suitable for exhibition display and sale as high end fine art prints. It is also regarded as one of the most stable colour printing processes available today.
Details of our current range of digital giclée papers and canvas
The three key steps to a successful Giclée print:
1) High end digital capture of the original artwork
Involves professional photography or scanning techniques.
2) File setup
Professionally produced, colour managed digital image files faithfully reproducing the essence of the original artwork.
3) Final print production
A wide range of superb, acid free, fine art media are available. These should be certified as archival rated.
Print on Demand
Once a print-ready file has been finalised multiple giclee prints can be produced to sell 'On Demand' read more>>