margot wiburd - minimalist australian still life artist

What are giclee art prints?

Giclee art prints briefly explained...

Inkjet Giclée print technology is believed to offer the most accurate method of reproducing original artwork. It is also regarded as one of the most stable colour printing processes available today - a perfect contemporary wall art choice.

The Giclée printing process delivers a fine stream of ink on archival paper, resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is most suitable for museum or gallery display

Giclee fine art prints are often available with genuine certificates of authenticity, thus enhancing their value as true artworks.

The three key steps to a successful Giclée print are:
1) High end digital capture of the original artwork
2) File setup, colour match to the original
3) Print output

High quality print output at or near original size requires professionally produced high resolution files.

All giclee prints offered on this website are printed by Code Ice, in Fremantle, Western Australia. Code Ice media have blue wool scale certification by the Fine Art Guild, UK. This is an internationally recognised standards specification for pH and lightfastness.

Giclee art prints should be handled with care, preferably while you are wearing cotton gloves (easily purchased from a pharmacy).


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