Printing Services

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Fine Art Printing Services

 

Our Printing Services are for anyone who is serious about quality, color and archivability. We are able to create fully colour managed beautiful archival prints of your photographs, artwork or illustrations.

Once you send us your reference file and the master file for printing we do the necessary adjustments to make sure that the visual experience on the monitor is consistent with the visual experience on the print. We perform test prints as required and can even provide a proof for your approval (separately billed)

Our prints are made on Epson Large format printers with archival pigment inks on Epson, Ilford or Breathing Color Papers

More about fine art printing & how to get our services..

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Art Copying

 

Paintings or photographs

If you are an artist who wants to copy your art, make high quality, identical multiple copies we are your best bet.

We understand the process of lighting up your image for digital capture and we are able to make very high resolution files of your art that can be printed at any size you want.

Once the images are captured we use our fully colour managed fine art printing workflow to produce copies of your art. We can produce any number of identical prints either on matte canvas or high quality fine art photography papers.

We can produce copies on metallic surfaces if required as a special order process.

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Memorabilia Printing

 

Make your gifts for special anniversaries, birthdays or other special occasions truly memorable. Give them something that they will cherish for life.

Our custom made fine art memorabilia products are made by the same people who make the colour managed, archival fine art prints for photographers, artists and illustrators using the same workflow.

If looked after well our prints on, Epson, Ilford or Brething Color archival papers done with archival pigment inks will last for more than 100 years without any colour changes (Claimed to be 200 yrs by Epson)