At Lizza Studios, reproducing works of art with the accuracy provided by the Cruse scanner requires the equally advanced giclée printing technology. We combine giclée, the world’s best technique for printing original works of art, with today’s most advanced color management system. Giclée captures the color, depth and texture of original works of art by combining a digital photographic capture process and high-tech, large-scale, inkjet printers with archival inks and the highest quality artist paper or canvas. Our setup costs for the giclée process are well below those of lithography and serigraphy, making it possible for artists to offer one-of-a-kind and short-run limited editions. Lizza Studios, a leader in the field of fine art reproduction, offers the following materials for printing:
- Fine Art Canvas
- Fine Art Papers
- Fiber-based and Standard Photo Papers
- Satin Fabric
- Waterproof Adhesive Vinyl
- Waterproof Banner
- Waterproof Fabric Wall Covering
- Waterproof Floor Graphics
- Waterproof Window Cling
Lizza Studios offers Epson fine art giclée printing, as well as Epson eco-solvent printing. Designed to meet the criteria of artists and art collectors, these printers spray millions of droplets of ink per second onto fine art canvas or coated paper. When Lizza Studios completes a giclée, the finished image is made up of close to 20 billion dots of ink — and not just any ink. We use only saturated, water-based archival inks capable of producing a combination of 12 chromatic changes and more than 3 million colors. When these vibrant, rich colors marry the continuous tone and stochastic screening created by the giclée printer, the result is a work of art that is virtually indistinguishable from the original.
Advantages of working with Lizza Studios:
- Additional reproductions can be made at minimal cost.
- Reproduction is done on demand, eliminating the cost of holding inventory.
- Reproductions can be done in almost any size, without losing resolution or image quality.
- Artwork can be reproduced on various media (fine art papers, canvas, or photo papers), making it possible to create several unique works of art from one original.
- Extensive color management processes are maintained at all times to ensure edition consistency whenever prints are ordered.