We can print onto several types of media using our giclee printers. All of our media is high-quality and archival.
What is GICLEE PRINTING?
A Giclee is a commonly used term that refers to a high-quality print (or reproduction) made using modern inkjet printers, archival inks, and archival media. The high-quality and longevity of the giclee make it perfect for reproducing fine art and photography.
How do we make our giclee prints?
We print using Epson’s SureColor P9000 and UltraChrome HDX Inks (10 color pigment ink set). Also, all of the paper and canvas we print onto is classified as archival. This combination of equipment and materials gives all of our prints a 70+ year permanence rating by the Wilhelm Research Institute (more info).
Our giclee prints last a lifetime. Our printer and media combination have a 70+ year display permanence by Wilhelm Imaging Research.
Color matters! We use X-Rite color correction tools to make sure your prints are consistently accurate across all of our media.
“Great customer service and great quality work.”
At The Stackhouse, we specialize in giclee printing for artists and photographers. To accomplish this, we print using the latest in giclee printing technology, we only use archival inks and media, and we always wear gloves. The combination makes our process perfect for reproducing fine art and photography. That is the main reason why so many artists and photographers trust us. We make sure your best foot is forward, and we guarantee you will be happy with our products or you don’t owe us a penny.