Friday, November 11, 2011

Printing on Paper or Canvas - Denver Giclée

Denver Giclée printer Van Gogh Again prints on a variety of substrates, but canvas and paper are the the most common for fine art reproduction. Artist prints look great on paper, but really shine when reproduced on canvas.

Canvas is a great way to go for not only appearance, but durability as well. Giclée prints on paper are not as durable as canvas and most printers recommend glass and framing for protection. Canvas on the other hand, does not need glass. In fact, Giclée prints on canvas don't even need framing if they are gallery wrapped as mentioned in our previous post.

Paper still looks great and has its time and place. Depending on the look and feel you're going for, paper may be the best option. Van Gogh Again has reproduced original water colors on paper that have been mistaken for the original.

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