Many artists today are choosing to sell giclées (zhee-klayz) or fine art reproductions created with pigment-based inks on high-resolution inkjet printers. Digital printmaking saves you from having to buy and store more prints than you sell. But you can easily waste money if you need to take your work to more than one Digital Printing company to get the results you want.
Thousands of Commercial Print Shops, photo studios and digital service bureaus now claim they can do fine art reproductions. But simply owning a wide-format ink-jet printer that can print on canvas or art paper doesn’t necessarily qualify them to reproduce your art. If you choose a giclée producer primarily on price, you may be disappointed.