What is Giclée Printing?
Pronounced ‘jee-clay’, Giclée printing merges the use of professional grade large format printers using a Lucia archival pigment ink system which gives the broadest colour gamut.
By using custom profiles, high-resolution scanning and meticulous colour correction, Giclée printing can render subtle variations and many colours that would be out of range with other technologies. To achieve quality prints we use only the highest quality papers and canvases including Hahnemühle German Etching, Fotospeed Signature Smooth Cotton and Baroque Cotton Canvas.
We have a large clientele of artists, both locally and nationally, who regularly use our services to create print reproductions of their artwork. Having worked with artists for 30 years we understand the need for perfection in your prints and we are dedicated to ensuring only the highest quality product is achieved.
We use both a Canon iPF 8100 44″ and an iPF 8400 44” large format printers.
Both printers offer one of the widest colour gamut in their class, providing accurate colour reproduction on a variety of media at 2400 x 1200 dpi using pigment inks.
The printing is done by Durham Giclee Ltd, a sister company to The Frame House.