Giclée Printmaking FAQ

What is giclée?

How do you pronounce the word “giclée”?

What’s the difference between a giclée and a lithograph?

How large can you print?

Tell me about the inks that you use. How long do they last?

What choices do you offer in terms of paper and other substrates? Can you print on canvas?

Can you stretch my canvas prints?

Do you seal canvas prints?

Can you frame my prints?

I already have image files of my work. Can I send them to you?

Besides copies of artwork and photographs, what else can be printed?

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