Fine art reproduction is often referred to as giclée. The loose translation of this French word is "the spraying on of ink." It is a very pretty word that creates a sense of mystery and uniqueness about a reproduction of your original art. We use the finest inks and print surfaces for fine art prints. What is the dpi of the print? Are the inks archival (lightfast)? If so, for how long? And, are the print surfaces acid free (archival/non-yellowing with time)?

Please see the pages concerning scanning and print specifications for more detailed information concerning services, printer, inks, and surfaces used at fms digital. Also visit Wilhelm Research on the web for the very latest and most reliable lightfast measurement of inks. Click here to download their PDF to your desktop now.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Julie Watson
Heart Impressions
Parker, Colorado

John Harrell
Brushstrokes
Denver, Colorado

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anita Mosher
Brushstrokes
Denver, Colorado

 

 

Kit Hevron Mahoney
Brushstrokes
Denver, Colorado

 

 

Rolinda Stotts
Bella By Rolinda
Highlands Ranch, Colorado