Making High Quality Prints
We sell beautiful fine art prints on the highest-quality, museum standard archival paper. We have reproductions of gorgeous photographs, illustrations, posters, drawings and paintings to brighten any wall. We've great greeting cards, bags and more.
Giclée printers use a higher quality of fade-resistant, archival, pigment-based inks. When applied to high quality archival substrates, like, for example, the Hahnemühle cotton-based, acid free papers we use, this results in an unbeatable archival lifespan of up to 200 years.
As each print is handmade to order, we’ll dispatch your order as soon as it is ready, separately from any other items.
Should you need anything - a print in a different size; framing; an image you've seen and would like us to produce; to sell Kodachromes (we buy them); or something else please get in touch here. Or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with 'shop' in the subject line.
Returns: our high-quality prints are made to order. If you want to change an order, please get in touch as soon as possible, ideally the same day that the original order was placed. This gives us time to see if a change can be made. Once an item is printed, changes are not possible. All print sales are final.
COVID-19 - Please note that the pandemic continues to affect shipping and there may be delays to your order.
Frames & Bespoke
If you want a print framed, in a different size or perhaps just the detail from one of our prints as a card or T-Shirt, please get in touch at email@example.com.
The Print Works
Our fine art printer partner - The Print Space in London - only uses the finest papers and process to make prints.
A professional art print is made using the very best high definition equipment and finest materials, all overseen by master printers.
Sized For Easy Framing
All our prints are sized for easy printing. Off-the-shelf frames can be bought at many stores. This saves you money on bespoke frames.
A Giclée print is a high quality archival print. The word Giclée (pronounced ‘Jee-Klay’ with a soft J), comes from the French verb gicler meaning "to squirt, spurt, or spray". We use the latest best-in-class Epson Sure Color P9000 printers, capable of producing print resolutions up to 1440 by 2880 DPI.
Giclée printers have a higher dot per square inch resolution than normal inkjet printers, allowing you to do justice to high quality image files to produce finer, less pixelated prints than you could with a home inkjet printer.
Like your home inkjet printer, professional Giclée printers use the CMYK color process, except that they feature a multiple ink cartridge, 8 channel printhead based on the CMYK colour model, adding light magenta, light cyan and 3 levels of black. In combination with theprintspace’s in-house colour profiles, our true Giclée prints deliver unrivalled colour accuracy with superior black & whites, exceptional colour gamut and sublimely smooth gradient transitions.
Giclée printers use a higher quality of fade-resistant, archival, pigment-based inks. When applied to high quality archival substrates, like, for example, the Hahnemühle cotton-based, acid free Rag papers we use at The Print Space, this results in an unbeatable archival lifespan of up to 200 years.
Giclées prints are produced by applying pure pigment inks directly to the paper. As a result, you can achieve a wider range of colors (known as the gamut), especially the purer colours at the extreme end of the spectrum. So, if you have an image with bright punchy colors, and having those colors really stand out is an important part of the effect you’re trying to achieve, then you might want to choose Giclée.
True Black & White
Professional Giclées use 3 different tones of black and grey ink cartridge. Because these inks can be applied to the paper in pure form (without any colour noise from the other colour cartridges), files prepared in Adobe RGB Grayscale can produce exceptionally clean, colour-cast-free black & white Giclée prints.
The Paper: Hahnemühle Pearl
We offer a range of papers. But our pick is Hahnemüle Pearl, which has a smooth orange peel texture and a bright neutral white base. It creates really natural black and white images and offers vibrant colour reproduction and great detail too. The paper is resin coated with a fibrous feel. The satin finish of the resin coating gives depth to the image which combined with the texture and vibrant colour reproduction give the image the feel of an oil painting. Paper weight is GSM 285.
We take great care in ensuring its safe, efficient and protected delivery. Firstly, we carefully cover your work with tissue paper and bubble wrap, eliminating the danger of any scratches or folds. Wrapped up and ready to go - your order is placed into a robust cardboard tube, secured and sealed at both ends. Once sealed, our efficient dispatch team send your order, ensuring your prints are delivered both timely and safely.
COVID-19 - Due to the pandemic, shipping times can vary and your order may be delayed.
Once you’ve placed an order with us, you will be able to track your order with our delivery updates. All orders are deputed by Real Mail.
There are no additional costs for worldwide shipping.
Should the product arrive damaged or the print is not the one you ordered, we reship your order the next working day. We print to order, so please be aware that all print sales are final.
Orders are processed by Shopify. Their terms are here.
All prints and products by Bob Hyde, Iain S. P. Reid, Hardwicke Knight and in the Glen Fairweather Archive are exclusive to Flashbak and should not be used for any purpose without express permission.