Giclée Print & Art Reproduction On Archival Canvas & Fine Art Paper
* “Giclée (/ʒiːˈkleɪ/ zhee-klay or /dʒiːˈkleɪ/) is the high quality, high resolution, fade resistant, archival inkjet printing process. Giclée is perfect for Artists and Photographers that want to print their artwork with the utmost quality.”
Giclée printing allows us to create multiple museum quality art reproductions of your original artwork - perfect for a professional looking to distribute their creations. ABC Fine ART offers giclée printing services on canvas, fine art papers and photo papers. We support professional artists and photographers for fine art reproduction in Canada. With our years of knowledge in fine art reproduction and giclée printing, we will provide the support you need.
At ABC Fine ART we use archival inks on acid-free, archival, cotton canvas and archival fine art paper to ensure your artwork will maintain its appearance for over 100 years. When you print with us, your art reproductions will be of a higher quality than if you were to go with a bigger brand, thanks to our skilled and passionate team.
Our Art Reproduction Process
Once we receive your art you wish to have giclée printed, we ensure it will remain true to the original. After we process your image, we can easily reproduce additional copies as we will have already completed the scanning and enhancing steps.
We offer a variety of fine art papers and canvas to choose from for your print, which will be finished ready to hang for your clientele. In addition to this, our knowledgeable team will work with you to ensure that you are getting exactly what you want at a reasonable price. With our understanding of people’s vision and our own passion for art, we can assure that you and whoever may receive your art reproduction, will be ecstatic.
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Gallery Wrap Options
Gallery wrap is a method of stretching an artist’s canvas so that the it wraps around the sides of the stretcher bars or strainer bars and is secured to the back of the wooden frame. This allows for canvas prints to have a “gallery wrap” or border around the small sides of the canvas. In canvas printing, the term “gallery wrap” refers to an image that appears on the sides of the frame as well as the front. At ABC Fine Art we have 4 different options for gallery wrapping your print.
Mirrored Edge Gallery-Wrap
The Mirrored Edge Gallery-Wrap takes the edge of your image and reverses it over the sides to create a natural, stylish looking border.
Content Aware Filled Gallery-Wrap
With our advanced scanning method we can generate a continuation of your image onto the sides, hence the name Content Aware Filled Gallery-Wrap. For example, a beach photo may extend more sand and water to the sides of the canvas; this gives it a 3D feel.
Original Photo Gallery-Wrap
The next option is a wrapping technique where the whole image is made to fit the canvas so that when it wraps onto the frame, the edges of the image do as well. The original photo gallery-wrap looks natural, but be aware that you will lose about an inch off of each edge of the image.
Solid Colours Gallery-Wrap
With this technique we colour match a solid border relative to the most prominent colour in your image and utilize this for the Solid Colours Gallery-Wrap.
In general, the gallery wrap is one of the most popular ways to display art, or prints of any kind. Mirrored edge, content aware fill and selected solid colours are particularly popular as gallery wrapped edges. The frame sizes are most important to note for an original photo gallery wrap. This is because based on what frame size you choose, you’ll lose varying amounts of your edges. For thick frame bars (1-1/2″), we need approximately two inches of the image, and for thin bars, we need 3/4″-1” on the top, bottom, and sides.
The Scanners We Use
Our top of the line, vacuum table CRUSE scanner is optimal for fine art reproduction, which can be scanned with or without glass printing. The synchronous table method is groundbreaking technology, capable of digitizing artworks of the highest quality. The original is placed on a table during the scanning process and is guided under the line-scan digital camera with minimal load. In turn, it simultaneously detects height and colour generating a scan that is unmatched in accuracy.
We recognize that professional scanning requires a personal touch to generate the ideal reproduction. Some textures are captured more genuinely with fully controlled lighting, which is the case in our in house developed Camera Scanner. With mastered still photography, we achieve a very high resolution image in raw format.
The Printer We Use
We represent the next generation Epson printer, incorporating the latest achievements in photographic ink jet technology. By combining the precision of our print head with the extraordinary performance of Epson UltraChrome® HDR ink, Epson Stylus Pro printers continue to represent a level of technology unprecedented in their history.
The Ink We Use
Epson UltraChrome HDR features the latest generation of pigment ink technology. Now utilizing ten colours, including an all-new Orange and Green, our archival ink produces the widest colour gamut that is made to last.
Pricing List: Giclée On Archival Canvas & Fine Art Paper
To get you started with your printing, we have listed our basic services and pricing in the ‘Upload & Print’ section of our website. Use this as a guideline to find out the sizing and pricing you want. If you know exactly what you want already, simply upload your digital file and we will contact you promptly to finalize the details of your print(s). If you have any questions, call us locally at our Burnaby location: 604-299-0203, and we will be happy to assist you.
Artists Who Are Using Our Art Reproduction Services
We are printing proudly artworks of Paul W. Sharpe aka Wizard of Wonders, Josh Criss, ￼Rosalie Dipcsu, Luck Airbrush, Rob Hope, Jana Mac Donald, Judy Vanderveen, Isabelle St-Jean, Heather Armstrong, Kirsten Nash, Herta Klassen, Jordan Straker, Anita Klein, Nathan Skyers, Hans Baarschers, Trish Clarke-Jennings and many more.