Our Different Art Prints
Most of the time we use a process called Giclée Printing. ‘Giclée’, the French word for ‘spray’, refers to the ink jet printing process used to produce these beautiful archival standard fine art prints. We use professional, fade-resistant Epson inks and our high quality paper, resulting in beautiful, fully archival prints with incredibly fine detail.
We work closely with our local printmaker in Antwerp to ensure high quality.
Risoprint is a modern printing technique with an authentic character where each color stands alone. This makes them more intense, from bright fluorescent to beautifully full and warm.
Screenprinting is a technique with an authentic character were each color stands alone. the colors are mixed by the printmaker which makes the process very intense.
All of our prints are produced using Enhanced Matte Art (EMA) substrate – a premium-quality, heavyweight paper with a gently textured surface. This 200gr museum-quality paper is extremely consistent and works perfectly with large, full colour graphics and illustrations.
Sourced exclusively from Hahnemühle, the world’s most famous papermaker, our fine art paper provides exceptional tonality and renders sharp details with a consistent flatness.
All papers are designed for archival storage and are acid-free, making them highly resistant to ageing. The paper is also lignin-free, ensuring it will not yellow with age.
Our papers are independently tested to be light resistant for at least 100 years.