Fine Art Digital Printing
Giclée printing digital prints are created using our state of the art Epson SureColour P8000 large format printer (max width: 44 inches). This model has a 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 guaranteed colour stable for more than 100 years.
What is Giclée Printing?
Giclee is a French term meaning “to spray”, referring to how an inkjet printer works and how giclee prints are usually produced. These large format inkjet printers use small spraying devices that can both match colour and apply ink precisely, giving artists a high-quality print of their digital artwork.
This is an industry standard fine art inkjet archival paper. Images can be printed onto a range of other papers please enquire for details.
- Hahnemuhle PhotoRag fine art inkjet paper (Matt)
- Professional archival grade
- Acid free
- Weight: 308g/m
- Coated papers
Metric size : 420 X 297mm
Paper : €6
Ink : €18
Total : €24
Metric size : 594 X 420mm
Paper : €8
Ink : €32
Total : €40
Metric size : 594 X 841mm
Paper : €15
Ink : €60
Total : €75
Metric size : 1189 X 841mm
Paper : €35
Ink : €90
Total : €125
Metric size : 1000 X 1117mm
Paper : €30
Ink : €110
Total : €140
Note: prices are not subject to VAT, BCPS has charitable status and does not charge vat. Price table should be used as a guide but prices are adjusted depending on the client’s requirement. Quotations provided for other sizes.
Printed at Black Church Print Studios
Irish Architecture Foundation
‘Bocconi Night’, edition of 25 (unframed), approx A2 size.
A limited edition signed digital print on archival paper of a photographic image by award-winning Grafton Architects in collaboration with Peter Maybury, of Universita Luigi Bocconi, Milan.
Printed by Black Church Print Studio, Dublin for the IAF Fundit campaign Open House Dublin Book
Viewpoints: Children’s Rights in Imaginary Spaces
The Glucksman, University College Cork
6 Dec – 15 Mar 2020
Artist Peter Donnelly signing his limited edition digital print ‘Justice The Right To Be Heard’ printed at Black Church Print Studio.
This work was commissioned by The Glucksman to coincide with an exhibition of large scale mural paintings by seven artists which responds to different themes within the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Artists include Fatti Burke, Peter Donnelly, Chris Judge, Roisin Hahessy, Chris Haughton, Mary Murphy and Niamh Sharkey.
Niamh O Malley at Project Arts Centre
Wisteria and Wall, 2013; a set of two Giclee digital prints; 40cm x 30cm ea.; Edition of 50 ea.
Printed and supported by Black Church Print Studio on the occasion of Niamh s solo exhibition, Garden, at Project Arts Centre, Dublin.