Giclée Printing

Archival quality reproductions for Artists

 

The Definition of Giclèe

Black Cat Studio offers giclèe printing of reproductions for artists from our state-of-the-art, large format 44″ Epson inkjet printers. We only use archival quality pigmented inks on museum quality rolls or sheets of 100% rag paper for permanence ratings of up to 200 years.

Originally coined by Jack DuGanne of Nash Editions, Giclèe is the term used to describe the digitally driven ink-jet printing process for making fine art prints. The term, from the French verb gicler, means “to squirt” or “to spray”. Giclée is pronounced shee-clay.

Consider Making Edition Prints

Consider making Edition Prints of your fine art. Black Cat Studio offers giclee printing for artists from our state of the art large format inkjet printers.

We only use archival quality pigmented inks on museum quality rolls or sheets of 100% rag paper for permanence ratings of up to 200 years. We offer three finishes in canvas; gloss, satin or matte. We also offer many choices in finishes and weights of 100% rag paper.

 


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