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Giclée Fine Art & Monochrome Digital Inkjet Prints

Archival Pigment Prints Up to 60" Wide

We offer archival digital pigment prints on a variety of fine art papers. We now print B&W and color Exhibition Giclée prints on Crane's Museo Silver Rag paper. This new paper resembles a traditional double weight, air-dried, fiber-based silver print! There is a $50 minimum charge on Exhibition and Direct print jobs.

Please call for pricing: 310-837-1200

Archival Coating: For fine prints on paper, we use PremierArt Print Shield. "Unlike traditional photography where a gelatin emulsion protects the image, ink jet papers are porous like a sponge, even after the ink has been applied. In order to protect the image over time, a coating is needed to seal the print."

Exhibition Prints
For "dotless" ultra-smooth monochrome (B&W) prints, we use our own InkJet Control and OpenPrintMaker monochrome printmaking software. Archival pigment inks are used for color printmaking. Prices below are for paper (not image) sizes. Up to two proofs included. Approval of proofs must be made with (5) business days.

Ask about our Additional/Second Print pricing for Exhibition Prints ordered at the same time as the original order.

Direct Prints
These prices are for "ready to print" files that require no conversions, correction, proofing or file manipulation of any kind. No redo's or corrections. Direct prints are NOT available on Crane's Museo Silver Rag paper.

File Specifications

  1. Image must be "canvas sized" to one of the sizes below with a border, if desired, included.
  2. RGB or Grayscale only.
  3. The appropriate profile for color images embedded. Untagged color files will be assigned Adobe 1998.
  4. Recommended minimum image DPI of 300 dpi for prints up to 20"x 24", and a minimum of 200 dpi for larger prints.
  5. TIFF, JPEG (max quality) or Photoshop files (flattened).



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