Editioning & Digital Printing

Digital Fine Art Printing

Black Church Print Studio provides a fine art digital printing service, often referred to as Giclee prints. This service is open to the public. Please contact the Studio directly to discuss or book a consultation | info@blackchurchprint.ie | 01 6773629

 

These digital prints are created using our state of the art Epson SureColour P8000 printer (max width: 44 inches). This model has an 9-color ink technology, resulting in a final print with excellent colour accuracy, with all the tonalities and hues of the original image. The Epson SureColour P8000 prints with a maximum resolution of 2880 x 1440 dpi and uses Epson Ultrachrome HD archival light-fast inks, which are gaurenteed colour stable for more than 100 years.

 

Images can be printed onto a range of papers. Prices quoted below are HahneMuhle Photorag, an industry standard fine art inkjet archival paper.

 

Hahnemuhle PhotoRag fine art inkjet paper (Matt)

- Professional archival grade

- Acid free

- Weight: 308g/m

- Coated papers

 

Digital printing prices


Paper size (A) Metric sizes Paper
Ink Total
A3 420 x 297mm €4 €18 €22
A2 594 x 420mm €8 €32 €40
A1
594 x 841mm €17 €60 €77
A0
1189 x 841mm €34 €91 €125
1 Metre
1000 x 1117mm €29 €111 €140

Note: prices are not subject to VAT, BCPS has charitable status and does not charge vat.


Please contact the Studio directly to discuss or book a consultation | info@blackchurchprint.ie | 01 6773629

 

 


Bespoke Editioning

Black Church Print Studio provides a bespoke Editioning service to artists, galleries, businesses and members of the public.

Editioning jobs can vary dramatically so prices are quoted on an individual basis.

 

Please contact the Studio directly to discuss or book a consultation | info@blackchurchprint.ie | 01 6773629

 



Previously, Black Church Print Studio has worked on various high profile projects for artists such as Vittorio Santoro, Jesse Jones, Patrick Pye, Mark Garry, Elizabeth Cope, Sarah Pierce, Barry Flanagan, John Kelly and Fergus Martin; organisations such as Project Arts Centre, Irish Architecture Foundation, IMMA, The Lir, The Glucksman, Cork and Temple Bar Gallery & Studios; and designers such as Studio Two.