Many years ago original artwork of artists was reproduced using offset printing. Later on, in the 90s canvas printing was introduced with the use of inkjet printers or sublimation, in which artists and photographers print their work directly on canvass. They then either trim the canvas and glue or staple it on wooden panel or traditional stretcher for display. Sometimes, artists painted on top of the printed images to create a personalized image. At that time, reproduction of these works of art was very limited.
Modern technology has made possible the multiple reproduction of artists’ original artwork in meters and meters of canvas, and framing them afterward, making the business of canvass printing highly competitive and very lucrative. Printers have regularly been upgraded throughout the years, such that we see a positive change each passing year. Up to 12 different inks were used on wide format printers to create extremely high quality canvass prints, with the different inks allowing the blending of black and white tones to recreate photography never seen before. Extensive tests have been undertaken by most major suppliers on their inks to ensure long life, and to prevent fading of ink and yellowing. In addition, modern varnish has been in use for a while now to coat the canvass prints as protection from ultra violet rays. Sometimes, though this procedure adds to the fading and yellowing of the canvass print.
It is now possible to reproduce artists’ artwork with as much better color accuracy than any other reproduction equipment, with the use of giclee printing”. Modern technology have produced printers with the capability of producing high resolution digital prints with inks of archival quality into either canvas, photo-base paper or fine art, with the use of professional 8-12 color inkjet printers. The quality of giclee printing rivals that of the products of traditional processes used by museums, and photographic and art galleries
With giclee printing, artists do not need to mass produce their artwork. Rather, they may just create an archived file, which they can reproduce only when the artwork is needed—in any size or media they want, enabling the artist to customize their prints as preferred by their clients.
Custom Photo Prints
With modern technology, the process has been made incredibly simple—you may have the size and media of photo prints that you like. All you need to do is upload your file, specify the size and medium of your choice like canvass, photo paper or fine art paper, and choose from the wide selection of creative arts available—Pop Art, Split Art and Custom Kids Art.
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All these at Pixel Outpost where you can have your canvass prints, custom prints, and giclee printing. We can help you get creative! If you have a custom prints
or gift in mind, we can typically make it reality with little or no extra cost.
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