What is Giclée Printing?
Giclée, pronounced “gee-clay”, is a digital inkjet process that produces an exceptionally high quality print, utilising pigment based inks which are sprayed onto the paper's surface, with this process an exceptional range of colours can be achieved.
We use an Epson SC-P 7500 which uses the latest print technology and has a set of 12 Epson UltraChrome Pro inks, meaning we can obtain the highest colour gamut (range), this printer and unique set of inks is able to achieve 99% pantone coverage. This combined with our specially selected range of fine art and photographic papers, allows us to produce exceptional quality, fully archival prints in both black and white and colour.
To find out more about our range of Giclée papers please see our paper guide. If you would rather view our papers first hand we have a sample pack available to view at the lab, simply get in touch.