The Digital Process
Giclée prints produced in the finest tradition of printmaking as the prints are made individually, rather than the mass production method of offset-lithography used for most reproductive prints today. Editions of under two hundred prints are simply not cost efficient when using traditional off-set lithography. Giclée printing allows the artist to establish a smaller edition of prints at a significantly reduced cost, giving painters, illustrators and photographers the opportunity to both experiment and profit from their creations. Within this process there are six basic steps to consider, each section plus some extra 'after print' tips are explained thoroughly in these pages.
These steps take you through both the process and possibilities using our range of Innova papers. In order to do so you will need a scanner or digital camera, a computer and an inkjet printer.