Art Printing: Giclee vs. Digital
Art Printing: Giclee vs. Digital Art Prints
We use two different printers for our art prints. Here is a quick guide on the differences between Giclée and Digital Art Printing.
If you need your art reproduced and printed, you will likely hear the term Giclée. Giclée printing is the highest quality reproduction method available for your art prints. Using a 12 color ink jet printer, acid free papers, and pigment based archival inks- Giclée prints are museum quality. They will never degrade, yellow, or fade over time.
Giclée Art Prints:
Max Print Size - 5Ft
12 Color Archival Pigment Print
Color Matching Included
Printed on an Inkjet Art Printer
Highest Quality Art Reproduction Available
Our digital prints are perfect for artists of all mediums. Widely used for tattoo flash, paintings, and illustrations, they are a cost-effective way to start merchandising your artwork. Choose from a textured watercolor paper or smooth card stock.
Digital Art Prints:
Max Print Size - 12"x18"
4 Color (CMYK) Toner Based Print
NO Color Matching Available
Very Affordable Pricing
Printed on a Digital Press