Print quality


We produce fine art, museum quality, digital prints, often referred to in the art world as giclée. A giclée is a print, on acid-free, fine art archival paper (i.e. canvas, water-colour, aquarelle, photo paper, etc.) that is imaged using fade-resistant inks, sprayed onto the media using inkjet technology. 

We use a the best technology available on the market, the Mästerverk printer is equipped with nine (9) ink cartridges of Ultra Chrome HD pigment ink (including four levels of black). Matte Black, Photo Black, Light Black, Light Light Black, Cyan, Light Cyan, Vivid Magenta, Vivid Light Magenta and Yellow. 

The printer output 2800 dots per inch with a dropsize of 3,5 picoliters.


The same equipment is used by picky artists and museums all over the world, basically everyone who’s looking for that perfect print. The final prints, produced on the Fine Art paper qualities that we use, can last for up to 200 years (!) in normal conditions.


We use the best paper qualities for Fine Art printing that's available. From the premium paper manufacturers such as Hahnemühle, Arches and Canson. Our favourite paper is called Aquarelle Rag and is a watercolour paper with an unique structure, surface texture and warm white tone. It complies with the highest archival standards and is extremely age resistant.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the print quality or the papers we use in our productions – please feel free to get in touch.