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  • What is a giclee print?
    A giclée print refers to a high-quality fine art digital printing process that uses archival-quality inks and materials. The term "giclée" (pronounced zhee-clay) is derived from the French word "gicler," which means "to spray" or "to squirt." The process involves spraying microscopic dots of archival-quality ink onto a variety of substrates, such as canvas, paper, or fine art printing materials. Giclée printing is often used for reproducing artworks, photographs, and other high-quality images. This printing method is known for its ability to capture fine details and produce a wide range of colors. Artists and photographers may choose giclée printing to create reproductions of their work that closely match the original, both in terms of color accuracy and longevity. The inks used in giclée printing are typically pigment-based rather than dye-based, which contributes to the print's longevity and resistance to fading. Additionally, giclée prints are often produced on acid-free or archival-quality paper or canvas to ensure their durability over time. Overall, giclée printing has become a popular choice for artists and photographers seeking high-quality reproductions of their work.
  • Who is Silver?
    Silver began as a special project commissioned to produce fine art prints for National Artist Arturo Luz and The Crucible Gallery . For over a year, under the exacting eye of the artist, Silver honed and mastered its craft and successfully fulfilled its commission of over 200 large format, museum-quality fine art prints. Since then, Silver has gone on to work with countless photographers and artists, producing both large format photographs and fine art prints as part of private collections and exhibitions. In early 2020, Silver worked with noted photographers in the collective Strange Fruit for their exhibit in Art Fair Philippines 2020. During the Pandemic of 2020, Silver launched Shelter Fund, an initiative that brought photographers and artists together, helping them produce and sell prints to the local market. Silver and the Shelter Fund Initiative of 2020 produced and sold over 2000 prints, benefitting close to 300 local artists and photographers.
  • Do you offer framing of prints?
    Yes. See framing options here.
  • What paper is used?
    Hahnemühle Photo Rag 500 gsm Hahnemühle Photo Rag® is a pure cotton paper with an inkjet coating that has been perfectly optimised for the needs of FineArt applications. This white cotton artist’s paper, with its characteristic, wonderfully soft feel, boasts a lightly defined felt structure, lending each artwork a three-dimensional appearance and impressive pictorial depth. Combined with the matt premium inkjet coating, this paper produces outstanding prints that feature brilliant colours, deep blacks, striking contrasts and perfect reproduction of detail. This acid- and lignin-free classic meets the most exacting requirements for age resistance.
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