'Playboy' © Drew Darcy

"Giclée" is now a generally accepted term to describe high quality fine art and photographic inkjet printing using archival media and archival pigment inks.

Assuming a good quality digital source image a giclée print will have outstanding clarity and fantastic colour depth, far surpassing the quality of a standard photographic or litho print.

To ensure the optimum print reproduction, every image we receive is individually colour balanced and corrected to accurately match the original work in terms of tone, clarity and detail.

We use the best quality archival fine art papers printed on Canon imagePROGRAF printers using 12 colour LUCIA ink system delivering exceptionally vivid and accurate colours by including both RGB and CMYK inks.

We can print up 60" wide with no limit on length.

The combination of archival pigment inks with archival media produces prints that should easily last for 75-100 years without fading.

'Playboy' © Drew Darcy

If you require your original work to be digitised we can scan up to A3.

Larger than that we use a professional photographer to digitally capture your work using the following set up:

If you have any questions about the giclée print process please do not hesitate to contact us.