PRINTS ON CANVAS OR A GICLEE
YOUR PURCHASE OF AN ART PRODUCT IS A DONATION TOWARDS
“DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS”
AVAILABLE IN FOUR (4) SIZES:
- 48 in. x 60 in. – 122 cm x 152 cm (original size)
- 32 in. x 40 in. – 82 cm x 102 cm
- 24 in. x 30 in. – 60 cm x 76 cm
- 16 in. x 20 in. – 40 cm x 50 cm
- CAD$ 415.00 (48 in. x 60 in. – 122 cm x 152 cm – original size)
- CAD$ 235.00 (32 in. x 40 in. – 82 cm x 102 cm)
- CAD$ 149.00 (24 in. x 30 in. – 60 cm x 76 cm)
- CAD$ 109.00 (16 in. x 20 in. – 40 cm x 50 cm)
- Reproduced on museum quality poly/cotton canvas
- Coated for protection with an acid-free, neutral pH overlay
- All giclée prints are made using archival, pigmented inks.
- Color permanence rated to last at least fifty years
- Need a different size or a large order, contact us for a quotation or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
LARGE FORMAT PRINTING
Thinking of going big? We can help with oversize large prints formatted on paper, vinyl or pre-glued wallpaper to make an impact. Whether it’s for a large office, a conference or board room, the entrance hall to a building or the exterior side of a building, contact us for a quotation or write to email@example.com
WHAT IS A GICLEE REPRODUCTION?
A giclée is a digital ink jet print made to reproduce artwork. The process employs a highly refined ink jet print head that has thousands of tiny nozzles that sprays exceptionally fine, overlapping layers of pigmented ink onto canvas to create stunning prints with superior clarity and color.
The term “giclée” is derived from the French noun “gicleur” meaning “jet, stream of liquid or gas forced out of an opening”. More loosely translated, it means “to spray”. The term was created by an early proponent of digital ink jet printing who wanted to elevate the awareness of the superior nature of this new printing process over traditional offset printing — that a giclée was a print that was “sophisticated” or special.
Giclée prints have become the print method of choice for artists and fine art museums who are looking for high quality reproductions. Not only is the quality of giclées superior to regular offset prints, but the cost to purchase versus value of the end product is far less.