Print materials

What is a gicleé print?

Gicleé comes from the French word meaning 'to spray' and it refers to a process of printing used in making fine art prints, in which pigment based inks are combined with high quality archival paper. The resulting prints have more range of tone and colour, and are generally less vulnerable to fade under light. We use this process to ensure that you receive a crisp, satisfying reproduction of the original artwork.

How will I receive my gicleé print?

Your gicleé print is produced on high quality archival paper and then rolled and shipped in a tube.

Do you offer framing with your gicleé prints?

Not as standard, but if you'd like your gicleé print framed please get in touch at to discuss options.

How will I receive my canvas print?

Our canvas prints are made using the highest possible quality materials and digital printing process. We use solid European pine framing and a 420gsm heavyweight, premium archival grade canvas with 75 year+ fade-resistant pigment ink, which delivers amazing quality, detail and vibrant colour.

Each print comes hand laminated with a matte print varnish with archival certified UV protection, colour enhancement and depth, which will be resistant to scuffing or fading. You will receive a hand-finished canvas print of superb quality that is stretched over a frame and ready to hang on your wall.