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 some of the latest inkjet technology; the Epson SureColor P9000 and the new Epson SureColor P9570. These printers use UltraChrome HDX Ink (11-color) and UltraChrome PRO12 Ink (12-color), allowing us to reproduce an incredibly wide range of colors. In addition to the colors we can reproduce, we only use archival media produced by leading paper manufacturers. This combination of equipment and materials gives all of our prints a 70+ year permanence rating by the Wilhelm Research Institute (more info).
We can print onto several types of media using our giclee printers. All of our media is high-quality and archival.
“Great customer service and great quality work.”
At The Stackhouse, we specialize in giclee printing for artists and photographers. Our giclee printing uses the latest in high-quality inkjet printing technology. We use archival inks, archival media, and a color-correct workflow to ensure that our giclee printing is some of the highest quality in the industry. This combination of materials and technology makes our printing perfect for making high-quality reproductions of 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 your giclee prints, or you don’t owe us a penny.