Reproduction of fine art has been an attraction for artists for as long as artists have been creating.  The quality of the reproduction is and always will be of very high concern, and because of technological advances over the past few years, the possibilities for very high fidelity reproductions have increased dramatically.  Scanners, printers, inks, and medias have all been developed and refined to bring ever increasing quality results over all efforts in the past.  The fastest growing technology for fine art reproduction is called giclee printing.

Using pigmented archival inks matched with medias that resemble the medias artists work with canvas, watercolor rag paper, smooth and textured art papers the latest printers print with nozzles so fine that the results are smooth and stunningly detailed images on media that is almost the same as the original medium of the artwork.  The color gamut of these giclee printers is wider than any lithograph printing is capable of in earlier reproductions using only CMYK color models.  The new giclee printers use eight and twelve ink heads that produce absolutely stunning images.

Another advantage of giclee printing is that once the scan is made, you can order as many or as few as you wish.  There is no need to require a minimum run or quantity.  The first copy is as good as the next.  Limited editions are only limited by the artist determining how many reproductions can be made. 

That is why thousands of artists and photographers around the world have already begun to exclusively reproduce their artwork and images using this versatile print process called giclee printing.

Why Artists Choose Giclee Printing