High-quality giclee prints on fine art papers from Hahnemühle and others in museum quality

Fine art prints as giclee prints in
Museum quality printing in Berlin

We print fine art prints as genuine giclee print pigment prints in museum quality with maximum durability on a large selection of hand-picked artist papers, e.g. from Hahnemühle. We print painted art and photographs as color-accurate fine art prints, from textured to smooth and from glossy to matt.

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We print your fine art prints in absolute museum quality:

Printing fine art prints enables the almost faithful reproduction of your works. Fine art prints combine the highest quality and durability with almost unlimited design options, including original prints of your files.

We print fine art prints especially for photographers, artists and designers, but of course also for anyone interested in art who wants something special. We print unique pieces, editions on demand and complete exhibitions of your motifs as fine art prints on the most valuable artist papers, for example from Hahnemühle, Canson and other paper manufacturers. We also offer prints on photo papers, canvases and other materials up to a width of 150 cm.

Fine art print printing for artists, photographers, illustrators and designers:
- Original prints of your pictures as fine art prints
- Facsimiles of your paintings and graphics as fine art prints
- Prints in one piece up to 150 x 300 cm (n. VB also longer)
- Fine art prints are printed on archive-proof, acid-free materials
- Limited editions as fine art print on demand, piece by piece on demand
- Forgery-proof certificates and complete documentation on request
- Digital image processing, data archiving and much more on request
- Epson Digigraphie® specialist laboratory for limited editions as fine art prints

Certified Epson Digigraphie® prints are originals with rarity value:
As a specialized laboratory authorized by Epson, we offer you the possibility to have your images printed by us as editions of fine art prints according to the internationally recognized Epson Digigraphie® standards.

Each printed fine art print of an edition is provided with a number, signature and, if applicable, an embossing stamp. You will also receive a certificate of authenticity from us for each fine art print of the edition. This additional service is included in the digigraphy service flat rate. Further information is available on request or at Epson Digigraphy®

Our Fine Art papers are divided into three price categories:

Price category 1 ->:

Fine art prints with a good price-performance ratio, weight mostly around 200 g, large color space and good long-term stability

- Hahnemühle Photo Matt Fibre 200 gsm (matt, smooth)
- Sihl Aquarella-II 210 g/m (matt, structured)
- Canson Photo Lustre Premium RC 310 gsm (satin/lustre)
- Sihl Canvas Lisa 390 g/sqm (matte textured canvas)

ICC profiles fineart category 1

Price category 2 ->:

Medium-priced fine art prints on archive-proof cotton material, weight around 300 g and very good long-term stability

- Mediajet Museum Natural Smooth 310 gsm (matte, smooth)
- Mediajet Museum White Smooth 300 gsm (matt, smooth)
- Mediajet Museum Watercolor 310 gsm (matte, textured)

ICC profiles fineart category 2

Price category 3 ->:

Fine Art Prints on branded papers from Hahnemühle and others, weight around 300 g and more and very good long-term stability

- Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gsm
- Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth 305 gsm
- Hahnemühle Photo Rag Satin 310 gsm
- Hahnemühle Fineart Pearl 285 gsm
- Hahnemühle PhotoRag Baryta 315 gsm
- Hahnemühle Bamboo 290 gsm
- Hahnemühle William Turner 310 gsm
- Hahnemühle German Etching 310 gsm
- Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350 gsm
- Canson Infinity PhotoArt ProCanvas 395 gsm

ICC profiles fineart category 3

Price and format examples:

Other formats are possible without any problems and are in line with the price. Print width (see paper description) is usually 110 cm, length "endless". For quantity discounts see Price list. All prices incl. VAT.

Example sizes/incl. VAT

Category 1

Category 2

Category 3

20 x 30 cm

9,89 €

11,07 €

12,00 €

A4

10,12 €

11,37 €

12,36 €

30 x 40 cm

15,09 €

17,74 €

20,18 €

A3

15,45 €

18,21 €

20,78 €

40 x 60 cm

23,03 €

28,42 €

33,95 €

A2

23,58 €

29,18 €

34,95 €

50 x 75 cm

30,24 €

38,49 €

47,44 €

60 x 80 cm

35,15 €

45,53 €

55,09 €

A1

36,02 €

46,78 €

58,83 €

70 x 100 cm

44,25 €

58,85 €

75,76 €

80 x 120 cm/1 sqm

55,00 €

75,00 €

99,00 €

Proof* A4

5,00 €

6,00 €

7,00 €

Proof* A3

9,00 €

10,00 €

11,00 €

Proof* 60 x 40 cm

12,00 €

16,00 €

20,00 €

Why should I have my fine art prints printed at xl-digitaldruck.de?

We have been printing fine art prints on many different branded papers for many years. During this time, we have come across all possible and impossible customer wishes and ideas and, of course, many different motifs. We will tell you honestly if something is not quite right with your motif or if you would be better off choosing a different paper, and of course we will explain why. We know the papers we offer inside out and will show you the strengths and weaknesses in connection with your motif if you ask us or if it is advisable.

What ordering options are there for fine art prints?

In principle, there are three ways to order from us. For customers who already know exactly what they want, fine art prints are available in our online store. berlinprint.de relatively easy to order in standard formats. For prints that do not fit easily into the normal ordering grid, we have created a Individual orderwhere you can easily fill out a form, freely describe your wishes and simply upload your data. As a third option, you can create a Date with us and then submit your data to us in person. We then charge a small order fee for this service.

What formats are possible and how large can my image be?

As we print most papers from the roll, all image formats are possible within the respective maximum roll width for fine art prints. The roll width of most fine art papers is 110 cm x free length, but in some cases also 150 cm width + roll length. The right size for your image is certainly not always the maximum possible size, but is determined by a good resolution and the corresponding quality of your artwork. We will of course check your data before printing and get in touch with you if there are any problems.

What are the delivery times for fine art prints?

We usually print fine art prints within 2 to 4 working days. Larger quantities may only be ready in 5 working days, as the workload can sometimes vary greatly. If you have any deadline requests, we will do our best to meet them. In this case, please ask us explicitly. If you are unable to pick up your order yourself, a standard delivery time of two working days will be added to the printing time.

I have a lot of questions about fine art prints. How can you help me?

Many questions can be clarified over the phone or via e-mail answer your questions. You can call us at any time during our business hours, send us an e-mail or make a personal appointment via our Appointment form agree.

What is important to consider with fine art prints?

As with all prints, a good resolution of your image is the most important condition for a high-quality fine art print. Next, the actual quality, i.e. brightness, contrast, depth of field and sharpness, is an important issue. If you are unsure about this, you can commission us to optimize your image. We will then give you feedback and submit a correction proposal. Last but not least, the choice of suitable paper is a very subjective but important issue. We will be happy to advise you on this or make a Test print offer.

How much does it cost to print fine art prints?

We have three price categories for our fine art prints. Category 1 contains fine art prints printed on materials with a very good price-performance ratio. These are usually not quite as heavy, but also have a very wide color gamut and good long-term stability. Category 2 contains very good medium-priced fine art prints printed on archive-proof cotton paper and weighing approx. 300 g. Finally, our Fine Art category 3 includes the well-known branded papers, mainly from the market leader Hahnemühle, weighing approx. 300 g and more.

What is the color quality of the prints?

Fine art papers are characterized by very good colour reproduction and optimum print quality. For giclee printing, the paper must have a special coating for perfect absorption of the printing inks. This, in combination with the long-term stable materials, ensures that excellent durability and quality can be achieved when printing as a fine art print.

Quick optical comparison of fine art papers:

PR308 deckled Edges
Fineart category 3:
Hahnemühle PhotoRag 308g with handmade paper edge
MattF
Fineart category 1:
Hahnemühle Photo Matt Fibre 190g
Aquarella
Fineart category 1:
Sihl Masterclass Aquarella II 210g
Canson Lustre
Fineart category 1:
Canson Photo Lustre Premium RC 310g
Lisa
Fineart category 1:
Sihl Masterclass Canvas Lisa 390g
MNS
Fineart category 2:
Mediajet Museum Natural Smooth 310g
MWS
Fineart category 1:
Mediajet Museum White Smooth 300g
MW
Fineart category 2:
Mediajet Museum Watercolor 310g
PR308
Fineart category 3:
Hahnemühle PhotoRag 308g
PRus
Fineart category 3:
Hahnemühle PhotoRag UltraSmooth 305g
PRs
Fineart category 3:
Hahnemühle PhotoRag satin 310g
FApearl
Fineart category 3:
Hahnemühle FineArt Pearl 285g
PRbaryt
Fineart category 3:
Hahnemühle PhotoRag Baryt 315g
Bamboo
Fineart category 3:
Hahnemühle Bamboo 290g
WT
Fineart category 3:
Hahnemühle William Turner 310g
JIT
Fineart category 3:
Hahnemühle German Etching 310g
MEG
Fineart category 3:
Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350g
canson Canvas
Fineart category 3:
Canson Infinity PhotoArt ProCanvas 395g
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Fineartprints price category 1

Fineart papers category 1:

In this category you will find fine art print materials with a very good price-performance ratio, very large color gamut and good long-term stability.

Legend of the optical paper properties rating:

Gradations white tone: pure white (strongly optically brightened) | bright white (optically brightened) | natural white | warm white (slightly yellowish)
Gradations gloss level: matt | satin/semi matt | gloss | high gloss
Gradations surface: absolutely smooth | smooth | velvety smooth | slightly structured | medium structured | clearly structured

ICC profiles fineart category 1

Hahnemühle Photo Matt Fibre 200 gsm

Hahnemühle Photo Matt Fibre

smooth fineart paper, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 200 gsm, max. roll width 152 cm

optical properties: warm white, matt, velvety smooth

Very good detail drawing with a wide color gamut. It is an ideal acid-free paper for a relatively inexpensive entry into fine art printing. Coming from the Hahnemühle Photo series.

Sihl Masterclass Aquarella II

Sihl Aquarella 2 matt Paper

slightly textured fine art paper, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 210 gsm, max. roll width 91,4 cm

optical properties: natural white, matt, slightly textured

With its light watercolor paper-like structure, the paper is characterized by a delicate, airy reproduction of even very pastel color values. Rich colors are equally effective. Only conditionally suitable for very dark full-color prints due to the low grammage.

canson lustre photopape sati

Canson Photo Lustre Premium RC

High quality photo paper, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 310 g/sqm, max. roll width 152 cm

optical properties: bright white, satin, smooth

The homogeneously structured surface gives the paper an excellent luster effect - the perfect choice for high-quality photo prints and, due to the paper's cool whiteness, also very suitable for black-and-white reproductions. Without optical brighteners, acid-free, made of alpha cellulose with microporous coating. 

Sihl Masterclass Canvas Lisa

Sihl Canvas Lisa

Artist canvas, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 390 g/sqm, max. roll width 152 cm

optical properties: pure white, matt, clearly structured

Canvas made of 100 % cotton with authentic brown back and 2:1 structure. Cotton fabrics are subject to some shrinkage when printed. We try to compensate for this when printing, but can not guarantee that the print will fit to the millimeter.

Here you can order your fine art prints directly from our online store Berlinprint.de:

Here you can order your fine art prints informally using the upload form (up to 2 GB):

Fineartprints price category 2

Fineart papers category 2:

In this category you will find fine art print materials made of archive-proof material (100% cotton), very large color gamut and very good long-term stability.

Legend of the optical paper properties rating:

Gradations white tone: pure white (strongly optically brightened) | bright white (optically brightened) | natural white | warm white (slightly yellowish)
Gradations gloss level: matt | satin/semi matt | gloss | high gloss
Gradations surface: absolutely smooth | smooth | velvety smooth | slightly structured | medium structured | clearly structured

ICC profiles fineart category 2

Mediajet Museum Natural Smooth

Mediajet Museum Natural Smooth

smooth artist paper, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 310 gsm, max. roll width 111 cm

optical properties: warm white, matt, velvety smooth

Matt, heavy paper with a pleasant velvety feel. The original natural white slightly warm paper tone corresponds to a traditional art paper. Without optical brighteners. Consists of 100% cotton.

Mediajet Museum Watercolor

Mediajet Museum Watercolor

textured artist paper, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 310 gsm, max. roll width 111 cm

optical properties: warm white, matt, medium textured

With its medium structure, this artist paper gives the image statement a particularly intense expression. The original natural white slightly warm paper tone corresponds to a traditional watercolor paper. Consists of 100% cotton.

Mediajet Museum White Smooth

Mediajet Museum White Smooth

smooth artist paper, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 300 g/sqm, max. roll width 111 cm

optical properties: bright white, matt, velvety smooth

Matt, heavy paper with a pleasant velvety feel. The bright white paper tone impresses above all with its beautiful neutral image reproduction. Contains slight optical brighteners. Consists of 100% cotton.

Here you can order your fine art prints directly from our online store Berlinprint.de:

Here you can order your fine art prints informally using the upload form (up to 2 GB):

Fineartprints price category 3

Fineart papers category 3:

In this category you will find fine art print materials from Brand manufacturers such as Hahnemühle and Cansonart papers made of cotton, alpha cellulose, bamboo, handmade papers and canvas with an excellent color gamut and very good long-term stability.

Legend of the optical paper properties rating:

Gradations white tone: pure white (strongly optically brightened) | bright white (optically brightened) | natural white | warm white (slightly yellowish)
Gradations gloss level: matt | satin/semi matt | gloss | high gloss
Gradations surface: absolutely smooth | smooth | velvety smooth | slightly structured | medium structured | clearly structured

ICC profiles fineart category 3

Hahnemühle PhotoRag 308 gsm

Hahnemühle PhotoRag

slightly textured fine art paper, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 308 g/sqm, max. roll width 111 cm

optical properties: natural white, matt, slightly textured

The very fine, soft surface structure and feel of the popular Hahnemühle Photo Rag is ideal for prints with high image depth. Consists of 100% cotton. Digigraphy paper.

Hahnemühle PhotoRag UltraSmooth

Hahnemühle PhotoRag Ultra Smooth

smooth fineart paper, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 305 gsm, max. roll width 152 cm

optical properties: natural white, matt, smooth

With its extra smooth surface, the paper is particularly interesting for users who want the proven PhotoRag quality with a lower texture. Consists to 100% of cotton.

Hahnemühle PhotoRag satin

Hahnemühle PhotoRag satin

slightly textured fine art paper, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 310 g/sqm, max. roll width 111 cm

optical properties: natural white, semi-matt, lightly textured

Photo Rag Satin gives printed artwork and photographs a soft sheen. Mirror and gloss effects are particularly emphasized. The unprinted area remains matte. Consists of 100% cotton. Digigraphy paper.

Hahnemühle FineArt Pearl

Hahnemühle Fineart Pearl

Photo paper made of 100% α-cellulose, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 285 g/sqm, max. roll width 111 cm

optical properties: bright white, pearlescent, smooth

FineArt Pearl impresses with its high whiteness, which enables impressive contrasts and image depths in black-and-white or color photographs. The special coating provides a pearlescent effect.

Hahnemühle William Turner

Hahnemühle William Turner

highly textured fineart paper, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 310 g/sqm, max. roll width 111 cm

optical properties: natural white, matt, strongly textured

The material with its matte watercolor structure visually and haptically corresponds to a handmade artist paper and is made of 100% cotton. Digigraphy paper.

Hahnemühle German Etching

Hahnemühle German Etching

textured fine art paper, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 310 g/sqm, max. roll width 111 cm

optical properties: natural white, matt, medium textured

High volume copperplate board is velvety soft with medium surface texture. The material is made of 100% cellulose. According to Hahnemühle one of their most popular fine art papers in the world.

Hahnemühle PhotoRag Baryte

Hahnemühle PhotoRag Baryte

100% cotton photo paper, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 315 g/sqm, max. roll width 111 cm

optical properties: warm white, glossy, smooth

Free of optical brighteners, the baryta inspires with its warm-white hue and brings out an elegant image atmosphere. Thanks to deep blacks, high contrasts and the finest gray gradations, the material is also suitable for warm-toned black-and-white work.

Hahnemühle Bamboo

Hahnemühle Bamboo

slightly textured fine art paper, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 290 g/sqm, max. roll width 111 cm

optical properties: warm white, matt, slightly textured

Consists of bamboo fiber to 90% and cotton to 10%. and stands for naturalness and resource-saving paper production. The natural white, warm-toned bamboo paper is free of optical brighteners and impresses with its soft, slightly textured felt structure and sensual feel. 

Hahnemühle Museum Etching

Hahnemühle Museum Etching

textured fineart paper, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 350 g/sqm, max. roll width 111 cm

optical properties: natural white, matt, medium textured

With the noble texture of a traditional copperplate, large color gamut, tonal range and high optical density. Particularly heavy grammage. Digigraphy paper.

Canson PhotoArt Pro Canvas matt

Canson Infinity PhotoArt ProCanvas

Artist canvas, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 395 g/sqm, max. roll width 152 cm

opt. Features: natural white, matt, discreet fabric structure

High quality cotton-polyester blend with good stretching properties. Waterproof coating that is virtually free of white breakage. Very good color and black and white reproduction.

Hahnemühle PhotoRag Deckled Edges

Hahnemühle PhotoRag Deckled Edges

slightly textured fineart paper with torn deckle edges, printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks, weight: approx. 308 g/sqm, only in A3+

optical properties: natural white, matt, slightly textured, torn handmade paper edges

The very fine, soft surface structure and feel of the popular Hahnemühle Photo Rag is ideal for prints with high image depth. Consists of 100% cotton. Digigraphy paper.

Special feature: The PhotoRag Deckled Edges is available as sheets in A3+ format (32.9 x 48.3 cm). Printing price per sheet A3+ = 29,92 EUR. The A2 format is available on request for larger quantities.

Here you can order your fine art prints directly from our online store Berlinprint.de:

Here you can order your fine art prints informally using the upload form (up to 2 GB):

A comparison of the properties of our fine art papers:

Paper

Surface

Weight

Whiteness

Wide

Texture

Hahnemühle Photo Matt Fibre (1)

matte

200 g

warm white

152 cm

velvety smooth

Sihl Aquarella 2 (1)

matte

210 g

natural white

91 cm

Lightly structured

Canson Photo Lustre Premium RC (1)

satin

310 g

bright white

152 cm

smooth

Sihl Canvas Lisa (1)

matte

390 g

pure white

152 cm

clearly structured

Mediajet Museum Natural Smooth (2)

matte

310 g

warm white

111 cm

velvety smooth

Mediajet Museum White Smooth (2)

matte

300 g

bright white

111 cm

velvety smooth

Mediajet Museum Watercolor (2)

matte

310 g

warm white

111 cm

medium structured

Hahnemühle PhotoRag (3)

matte

308 g

natural white

111 cm

Lightly structured

Hahnemühle PhotoRag Ultrasmooth (3)

matte

305 g

natural white

152 cm

smooth

Hahnemühle PhotoRag satin (3)

semimatt

310 g

natural white

111 cm

Lightly structured

Hahnemühle FineArtPearl (3)

pearlescent

285 g

bright white

111 cm

smooth

Hahnemühle PhotoRag Baryte (3)

glossy

315 g

warm white

111 cm

smooth

Hahnemühle Bamboo (3)

matte

290 g

warm white

111 cm

Lightly structured

Hahnemühle William Turner (3)

matte

310 g

natural white

111 cm

Strongly structured

Hahnemühle German Etching (3)

matte

310 g

natural white

111 cm

medium structured

Hahnemühle Museum Etching (3)

matte

350 g

natural white

111 cm

medium structured

Canson Infinity PhotoArt ProCanvas (3)

matte

395 g

natural white

152 cm

discreetly structured

Do you have product questions that you would like to clarify personally?

No problem! You can contact us at any time on our telephone number 030/28 04 47 27 and get advice or book a personal meeting with us using our appointment form.

Durability of inks and fine art print papers

Have fine art prints printed correctly and enjoy them for a long time:

- Select an acid-free, pH-neutral material with alkaline buffering - Use highly lightfast pigmented inks, avoid dye inks.- all materials that come into contact with your print should also be acid-free, e.g. museum cardboard, passe-partouts or adhesives - avoid large temperature fluctuations, colder rather than warmer, 19°C to 24°C is optimal - the relative humidity should not exceed 60 %, 40 % is optimal - avoid direct sunlight, protect your prints from UV radiation and air pollutants such as ozone, optimal protection is provided by museum glass or UV-protective varnish.

Fine art print materials:

We print our fine art prints exclusively with inks tested and recommended by independent experts on high-quality printing materials.
We print as fine art prints mainly coated papers from Hahnemühle, Harman, Sihl and Epson, which are pH-neutral and lignin-free. We can offer various surfaces, from smooth handmade paper to textured watercolor papers and glossy photo materials.

How long are printed fine art prints "durable"?

The tests of the independent American Wilhelm Imaging Research Institute of the current Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta pigment inks have shown predicted lifetimes of approximately 60 years to over 200 years when printing fine art prints, depending on the print medium and color mode used.

"Durable" means that the colors of the print and the paper do not change visibly to the human eye within this period. In the case of printed fineart papers, this means that the first fading or color shift of the inks/papers that is visible to the naked eye does not occur until after this period.

The exact test results for printing fine art prints can be found for many papers and printers at www.wilhelm-research.com or read about it on our Download page download

Test results on the durability of prints of fineart prints on Hahnemühle fineart materials can also be found here: https://www.hahnemuehle. com/en/digital-fineart/aging-and-durability.html

How is the durability of printed fine art prints tested?

In a simplified model and assuming constant conditions (humidity, temperature, light source and no ozone influence), the bleaching effect of a light source is proportional to the illuminance multiplied by the illumination time. In simple terms, an artificial rapid aging test is performed with very high light intensity. The whole is then extrapolated.
The basis of this time specification is usually a presentation of the fineart print behind glass (i.e. in the frame behind normal glass) at 450 lux lighting (so-called museum conditions), 12 hours a day at approx. 60% humidity. Therefore, when stored under archival conditions (quasi in dark acid-free archival cardboard/album), a disproportionately higher durability is given. Depending on the paper, this can last up to 200 years and sometimes even more.

A comparison with the photo print

Compared to the printing of today's fine art prints, under the same measuring conditions (see above), most color photo papers begin to change their colors after only 12 to 18 years. By the way, the famous Ilfochrome/Cibachrome only lasted 29 years under these test conditions.

Fine art prints printed as giclee prints in the highest quality

Printing fine art prints correctly

The most common printing process for fineart prints is inkjet printing. High-resolution printing machines as well as color-brilliant and long-term stable printing inks are the basic prerequisites. We print our matte fineart prints on large-format printers from the fineart printer market leader Epson. This allows brilliant printing on a wide range of different materials: from natural silk to artists' canvas, from lightweight tracing paper to fineart papers and watercolor boards with up to 500 g/sqm.

We produce our fine art prints using an inkjet printing process of up to 11 colors, depending on the printing machine, using color-stable, pigmented inks that hit the substrate in variable droplet sizes of up to 3 picoliters and with a maximum resolution of 2880 x 1440 dpi.

We print non-matte fine art papers on Canon Pro 6100 printers, which are famous for their huge color gamut thanks to the additional RGB inks.

Giclee prints with Epson Ultrachrome VM inks

 As Giclée ([ʒiˈkleː]), the printing of large-format, artistic, digital images with Inkjet printers designated.

The name is derived from French gicler for "to splash, spray" and is occasionally also anglicized as giclee used.

We use the original Epson Ultrachrome K3 Vivid Magenta inks and HDR inks with 9 to 11 printing colors depending on the printer type. Especially for grayscale prints, up to 4 different black inks are available, which enable almost metamerism-free printouts.

What good is the best technology if you can't handle it? Consistent in-house color management with optimized ICC profiles for each of our high-quality fineart papers and fabrics, enables the true-color reproduction of even the finest tonal nuances and image details on your fineart print.

High durability, color brilliance and depth on uncoated papers

One reason for the outstanding long-term stability is the resin-coated pigments used by Epson, which are very stable against UV radiation and ozone. The durable pigment inks make it possible to print on archival papers, for example, in order to use the inkjet printing process instead of photochemical processes in art reproduction or photography.

In fineart printing, textured papers and other special materials can also be printed directly as individual pieces, which is another advantage over classic duplication processes.

For optimum fineart print quality on matte artist papers and fabrics, we use the matte black variants of the corresponding Epson inks. This special black achieves higher density values and results in richer depths with the best differentiation in dark image areas.