Giclée Photography & Fine Art Printing

We specialize in digital fine art printing using pigmented inks and archival papers. Also known as archival pigment printing or giclée printing. These prints are a longer lasting alternative to traditional analogue photographic prints.

Giclée printing is a technology used for fine art or photograph reproduction using a very high-quality inkjet printer and quality light fast (fade resistant) archival inks to make individual copies.

The word “ Giclée”, pronounced “jhee-clay”, is derived from the French word “le gicleur” meaning “nozzle”, or more specifically “gicler” meaning “to squirt, spurt, or spray”. It has to do with the fact that papers are being sprayed with pigments by nozzles with an approximate diameter of one millionth of the diameter of a hair.

What's the main difference between Giclée and other print technologies?

Whereas many traditional print technologies — such as lithography — use the classic CMYK 4-color combination (in some instances with the addition of a pantone referenced spot color) Giclée printers use up to 12 individual colors.

This gives much smoother gradient transitions and a wider color gamut. In other words, more depth and richness to the final print, which helps to create stunning vibrant artwork with amazing reproduction.

In the case of recreating artwork such as a watercolor print, the end result is almost indistinguishable from the original.

What images are best suited to Giclée printing?

Where Giclée really comes into its own is in the production of wall art, where customers are very discerning and want top quality that lasts. This longevity is a key differentiator, because the type of archival inks used on Giclée printers won’t fade when displayed in normal conditions indoors; colors will retain their brilliance for a lifetime.

Giclée print also lends itself to almost any type of artwork. From computer generated design or photographs through to scans of original illustrations, oil or watercolor works, Giclée 12-color print offers truly outstanding quality reproductions.


High-End Paper For Your Photo:
Fine Art papers with
characteristic surfaces

The different base tones and surface structures of these fine papers
allow an individual adjustment for your fine art print.

Order Form

Please fill out this form and click on the "submit button". You will be redirected to our "file upload page".

Once your file or files have been uploaded click on "Place Order" and you will be redirected to our secure payment page.

We will not charge your credit until you have received your invoice and have approved it for payment.

We have selected some of the finest papers available for your work, however, your choices are not limited, please inquire.

Any questions, you can email us at or call 484-684-4201.



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