Screen printing is a printing technique that uses a rubber squeegee to print inks through a woven mesh and stencil. Each layer or colour is printed on a separate mesh screen and can be applied to posters, stickers, vinyl, wood, or any material that can keep the image onto its surface. To see our price list click here
Before you can make your screens, each colour has to be separated out of the artwork. If you do not already have colours separated for your art, we offer colour separations services. There are several methods to separate an artwork and our printers have extensive experience colour mixing and separating colours for print and will work with you to achieve the best results for printing.
The film/transparency is what is used to expose the screen in order to make the stencil needed to print. Our film is printed using UV blocking film opaquing ink. It is durable, waterproof, and practically scratch resistant. For prices head to our screen print pricelist.
Once we have your files separated screens made and colours mixed you can opt to see a full colour test print before going to print with your full edition.
Our most used inks are archival water based inks but we also offer specialised inks including solvent inks, opaque, phosphorescent inks, fluro inks, metallic inks and thermochromic inks. When mixing colours we match to the solid uncoated pantone books. You are also welcome to supply a physical sample or we can match from the computer monitor if you do not have access to pantone books.
Foiling, hand torn edges, diamond dusting and gloss varnish are all finishes that can transform your prints into a unique piece of artwork.
We specialise in limited edition giclee print reproductions and the Epson 9900 wide formate printer represents the pinnacle in colour printing technology with an ultra-high resolution and an incredible colour gamut. It has supreme colour with 11 cartridge Epson UltraChrome HDR inks.
We have a 1600dpi canon scanner that will allow you to scan artworks up to A3 in size and is only $30 per scan. There are some artworks that a scan can not capture such as metallic inks or large canvas paintings. For artworks larger than A3 and that contain metallic inks our photographic studio is set up to capture all types of artworks. For prices on our artwork reproduction please email firstname.lastname@example.org or head over to our pricelist page.
Our newest service on offer is canvas printing and the Canson ProCanvas Matte 100% Cotton 385gsm is our top grade professional canvas and is “OBA Free” (No Optical Brightening Agents).
It is designed to produce true Fine Art Reproductions that require precision images with a very high resolution.
Our selection of semi gloss papers are perfect for photographs, digital drawings or if you want to add a shimmer to your artwork using our pearlescent paper. Enquire about our papers available by emailing email@example.com or contacting us through the form below.
We have two types of matt papers (smooth and etching). Both are high quality archival papers. Etching is 285gsm and the Smooth is 300gsm. If you are unsure of which paper will suit your artwork please feel free to ask for a sample of the paper or you can order a test proof of your artwork on any of our papers.
When ordering a run of giclee prints or screen prints we also have on offer, materials to pack your prints individually if your require. We stock mailing tubes strong enough to ship internationally or backing boards with clear plastic sleeves. Send your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org
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