Our Fine Art print studio makes use of large format wide colour gamut printers, both designed for the high-end digital photographic and print reproduction work. These printers are capable of producing detail rich prints on some of the finest ink jet papers available.
Our giclée printers use a combination of 12 different ink colours to reproduce millions of colours, some of which were almost impossible to achieve by older 4 colour CMYK printers. That means we can print almost as many colours as your top end digital cameras are able to capture.
A giclée print made using pigment inks can be lightfast for up to 100+ years, but this depends on factors such as paper type and storage conditions. By using pigment based archival inks, the archival properties of a giclée print are significantly higher than traditional silkscreen or litho prints.