Giclée Printing, Canvas Prints, Mounting and Artwork Reproduction

Fine Art Imaging Services

Giclée Inkjet Printing

Print Art specialises in producing gallery quality fine art archival inkjet prints on a wide selection of papers. Our papers are selected for their archival and great printing qualities…

Canvas Printing

Print Art uses only the finest materials in the quality production and stretching of canvas prints…

Artwork Reproduction

Print Art makes use of a tried and tested calibrated  digital colour workflow that ensures quality art reproductions using the finest archival quality inks and papers…

Artists Services

Print Art offers artists a turn key solution from digitization of artwork to giclée prints and packaging ready for selling…

Mounting and Display

Presentation is just as important and we apply as much attention to mounting our prints. Print Art offers a custom matting and mounting service…

Piezography Prints

Prints made with Piezography ink have a special tonal “depth” that is hard to explain verbally but when people see a print, they get it…

Professional Fine Art Giclée Printing Services

Print Art is a boutique fine art print studio that offers gallery quality giclée inkjet printing services, artwork digitisation and reproduction, photographic printing and mounting, gallery wrapped canvas prints, artists services and film and reflective artwork scanning. We are based on Auckland North Shore and are proud to serve artists and photographer across New Zealand.

Our digital colour workflow is calibrated weekly using the industry standard X-Rite display and print spectrophotometer calibration system. This ensures that our cameras, displays and printers are precisely colour calibrated so what you see is what you get.

We stock a wide variety of paper stocks from entry level decor paper to beautiful archival substrates that will meet the most discerning artist’s expectations. Choose from smooth and textured fine art papers that produce colour prints that match the originals or photo rag archival papers that display wide colour gamut, exceptional D-Max and eye-popping details.

At Print Art we strive for fast turnaround of your printing work and all our work is guaranteed; we will happily replace any print that is damaged in transit or is not up to your standard.

What Our Customers Are Saying

    5 star review  This guy is fast, proffesional and friendly. It was the first place I've tried for art prints for market, and I won't need to try anywhere else. It's now my go-to..

    thumb Natalie Gelder

    5 star review  Printart is amazing. John is always very responsive and I always end up with very high quality photographic prints. I can't recommend Printart enough.

    thumb david prentice

    5 star review short notice and on a Saturday and Print Art came up tops!! Thankyou for awesome service.

    thumb Judy Stokes

    5 star review  Print Art is fantastic!! I am an artist who is just starting out with little knowledge about printing, paper choices etc. John was extremely helpful and explained the different types of options available and gave awesome recommendations! The digital images of my illustrations are incredible- the details, the colour, the vibrancy is all perfect. I couldn't be happier with the service I have recieved- great professionalism, passion and communication. I am so happy that I chose Print Art and I couldn't recommend them more and I've I could give them 100 stars I would!

    thumb Mallory Boult

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Paper Choices?

We often have artists and photographers discussing paper choices and what papers are available to use for fine art giclée printing. When working with paper, one needs to consider quality, the coating on the paper and the construction of the paper.

Photo Papers

Choosing a photo paper rather than fine art paper, will give you bolder and more vibrant colours in your image. Which paper you use will give you different results and how you want your image to look will depend on the type of printer, type of ink and of course the type of photo paper. 

Nostalgia – Return To Black & White Days

In the last decade, or even longer, film photography has been making a come back. More and more people are acquiring or digging out their old capture machines to use in our modern, advanced world and although film stocks continue to be discontinued, others are being re-released,  so it certainly isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.

Pricing Your Art

There is no rule on how to price your artwork.  But here are a few different tips to help you make those decisions.

Print Editions

Many years ago, printmaking developed so that artists could make more money from their work by selling multiple copies. It reduced costs and lowered market price compared to a single or unique image. Original art prints were limited as the plate or block got destroyed in the process of printing them and that is why lower numbers are often more valuable. In printmaking, an edition is a number of prints struck from one plate, usually at the same time.

Artweek Auckland

Artweek Auckland is an annual, week-long festival celebrating the visual arts of Auckland.  Throughout the week activations will be taking place all over Auckland, newcomers and experts alike can immerse themselves in Auckland's diverse and vibrant contemporary art scene. Venues include galleries, public, private spaces, pop ups and street art.

Saving Art

Devastating news last week with the Notre Dame on fire in Paris.  Notre Dame Cathedral is a 850-year-old gothic masterpiece that had been undergoing €6 million restoration work.  The entire wooden interior of the 12th-century landmark was burning and was likely to be destroyed.

Stuart Shepherd Artist

Artist Stuart Shepherd grew up in the Waikato, studied social science at the University of Waikato, worked in the film industry in New York, completed his masters degree in installation art in Melbourne and lectured in art and design at Massey University in Wellington.

Featured on Artists

In this post we thought of featuring two of our customers who have used their art to support communities. Gordon Pembridge, oil painter, wood carver, photographer, etc, as well as Tyler Kennedy Stent, water colour artist and one of our first customers.

Mixed Media and Photography

Mixed media art is artwork in which more than one medium or material has been used to create the piece of art.  This is different from multimedia art which combines visual art with non-visual elements such as sound, drama, dance, music, motion graphics, etc.
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