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All of our Giclee Prints are produced using our two Epson professional printers, and are printed onto archival fine art papers.

We have papers that will suit Artists, Photographers, Illustrators and Designers. All have been chosen by us for their different attributes.

If you require the very best Giclee prints to be made from your original artwork, we will first need to turn your original into a digital image.

We usually always use a high quality graphic scanner to pick out all the important detail.
We can also use a Canon dslr camera which we can produce really hi-res RAW images from to create a digital image file.
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Having this digital file allows us to make any calibrated adjustments so that the resulting print closely matches your original.

We will then produce a proof on the fine art media of your choice for your approval.

The proof will be a scaled down version, so you can check the overall colour.

Once your artwork has been captured we store your image on file allowing you the freedom to re-order on demand, avoiding those big print runs.

This is advantageous to artists who might not find it feasible to mass produce their work,and our archived files will never deteriorate in quality.

As an artist led business we understand the importance of how your prints need to represent your originals, so we make a lot of effort to get this right for you.


About Giclee Printing


The word Giclée (“Zhee-clay"), is derived from the French verb gicler meaning "to squirt or spray”.

Giclee, is used to describe a fine art digital printing process combining pigment based inks with high quality archival quality paper to achieve Giclee prints of superior archival quality, light fastness and stability.

The Giclee printing process involves squirting or spraying microscopic dots of pigment based ink onto high quality art paper or canvas.
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Giclee prints are recorded and stored as digital files and can be reproduced as and when required - allowing artists and photographers to print one-offs, or editions of hundreds.
Prints will be exactly the same at the start and end of a print run - even if the run is interrupted and printed on different occasions.

This means that the high cost and risk of producing a complete print edition all at once is avoided.