FINEART GICLÉE PRINTS
The term Giclée refers to the high-quality printing system in which inkjet printers are involved and that allows artistic work and high-quality photographs to be reproduced from a digital source.
This technique, using large-format printers and pigmented inks, involves spraying the support from small droplets containing the pigment. The ink is deposited on photographic finishing papers of different grammages, cotton papers and on canvases achieving an exceptional definition and great detail in the shapes and textures.
Normally, when dealing with acid-free natural papers, the copies have a durability greater than 100 years and a quality unmatched and unperturbed over time.
In our laboratory, we trust in the professionalism of the EPSON brand for the quality of its results. We use UltraChrome HDX pigmented inks that allow the reproduction of photographs with an extraordinary chromatic precision in conjuntion with our EPSON P9000 Plotters (12 inks vs 9 inks of the P8000 Series). Likewise, we offer our clients a wide range of papers of different texture, finish and weight from the best brands on the market such as Hahnemühle and Ilford.