Fine Art Giclée Printing
Our Giclée (pronounced gee-clay) prints are produced using the latest Epson professional inkjet printers, producing archival museum quality prints for both artists and photographers. Using Ultrachrome HD pigment inks, a full range of subtle and vibrant colours are produced on media from Smooth Matte, Satin, Lustre to heavier Fine Art papers and canvas.
It is very difficult to represent the characteristics of each paper surface through an image on a website. We suggest you stop by our shop and have a look at sample prints on each paper so you can decide which you like best.
Our most popular paper finishes include:
Smooth Matt 230GSM
Our archival matt paper is a medium weight with a matt (no shine), smooth (no texture) finish. This paper is a great lower cost choice for reproducing watercolour paintings, drawings, and illustrations. If you are unsure of which paper is best, just ask us and we’ll be happy to advise you.
Photo Lustre 250GSM
Our most popular and go to paper choice for printing, is our standard photo Lustre. This paper has a smooth finish with a slight sheen which produces colours in a very natural way with deep blacks & high visual contrast. The very fine texture also helps reduce problems associated with glare and fingerprints that glossy papers present. Great versatile paper and works well with all images from photos to artwork.
Soft Textured Natural 315GSM
Soft Textured Natural is a heavy-weight, acid-free archival paper with a natural white finish and soft textured surface reminiscent of more traditional ‘etching’ papers. Soft Textured Natural is closer to the old ‘hand-made’ papermaking process specifically devoted to Fine Art & Limited Edition Prints.
Hahnemühle Fine Art
These genuine artist papers made of 100 % cotton with textured surfaces ideal for reproductions of traditional artworks. These archival fine art papers are normally ordered upon application. All our papers have been thoroughly tested for colour, density and tone. We suggest you stop by our shop and have a look at samples on each paper so you can decide which best suits your work and budget.