About Giclee Printing Giclee, a French term meaning “to spray ink” or “fine spray”, is a sophisticated printmaking process using an ink-jet printer to produce high-quality and very accurate reproductions of an original painting or artwork.
Create the highest quality Archival Giclee Prints on Fine Art Papers including , 100% Cotton WaterColor Etching Paper, and Canvas at Atom Prints. We use only genuine, name brand inks, and archival approved print finishing methods to make sure your prints last a lifetime.
We use the latest technology (printers, software, media & inks) to produce the finest quality Giclee prints. Museums, Galleries, Artists, Professional Photographers, Interior Decorators and Individuals.
We provide large format giclée printing using the latest generation Epson Stylus Pro 9900 with UltraChrome HDR archival inks. The Epson 9900 is capable of producing prints on a variety of substrates, including various fine art papers and canvas, at sizes up to 44″ wide, and an unlimited length.
The digital capture of your art is the most important step in the process of fine art reproduction. Your print can only be as good as the scan, so every great print begins with a great scan. Our Better Light high-resolution digital scanning back camera is considered by museums to be the finest technology available for capturing fine art. We can digitally capture artwork in sizes of up to 6′x8′ without touching the surface of the artwork. For oil paintings and large acrylic paintings with high gloss, we use a special polarizing system to ensure that color is accurately captured without glare.
Our Scans deliver fantastic results for:
• Oil Paintings and Acrylic Paintings
• Charcoal and Pastel Drawings
• Detailed Pen and Ink Drawings
• Collage and Mixed Media Works
• Framed Antique Works