WallPimps Posters & Prints

WallPimps offer the highest-quality Giclée printing on fine archival papers, using the latest Canon ImagePrograf PRO-1000 professional printer. Archival pigment prints are perfect for photographic, illustration, or graphic reproductions that require maximum detail and longevity.

Best Quality Poster Printing

Compared to most high street printers, which print at 360 dpi with 2 passes (no. of times a print head passes over an area), our Giclée printer is set to 1440 dpi, with 12 passes. Our archival pigment prints are profiled for accurate colour reproduction. Using our state-of-the-art print software, prints are sharp, detailed, and vibrant. We maximise the colour gamut for every paper we offer. We print on 230 grams fine art archival papers. 3-level black ink technology means better greys, impressive mid-tones, and no colour casts, for true black and white reproduction.

Giclée printing /archival pigment prints on museum-quality paper

Giclee prints are often known as archival pigment prints, this term is increasingly becoming the standard term used in the art world. The word Giclée ("gee-clay"), is based on the French verb gicler which means "to squirt or spray” and was originally coined by printmaker Jack Duganne in 1991. Giclée printing is a fine art digital printing method using specialist archival pigment inks and acid-free papers; creating gallery-quality inkjet prints with excellent depth of colour, longevity and stability.

The print process involves squirting microscopic dots of pigment ink onto high-quality fine art or photographic papers using sophisticated high-end inkjet printers with exceptional accuracy, wide tonal range and colour gamut. Our large printer model holds up 12 ink cartridges which produce a wide range of colors for reproducing your chosen posters.

Explore Colourful Prints

Studies have shown that Giclee Prints colour vividness can last in excess of 200 years with tests by independent bodies such as Wilhelm Research and printer manufacturers such as Epson and Canon.