Can you print double-sided?
Do you archive files if I want to order a reprint?
What if I need my order urgently?
What's the best way to make prints of my artwork?
Can I arrange a test print?
Who prints my work?
Why does fine art printing take longer than other types of printing?
Where can I see your print prices?
Do you have a minimum print size?
How large can you print?
Do you print invitations, cards, stickers, zines, etc?
Can you print with white inks, or metallics?
Will my artwork be printed on a sheet or from a roll?
What size can I print? Can I print a custom size?
What is a giclée print?
What printer do you use?
Scanning & Artwork Reproduction
Do you offer bulk discounts on scanning?
Do I get a test print to approve the colours?
I live interstate, can I send you my artwork for scanning?
How large can you scan?
Postage, Dropshipping & Print Handling
How are my prints packed for postage?
Can you frame my prints, or arrange to have my prints framed?
How does dropshipping work?
Who can use your dropshipping service?
How often do you post orders?
Can you print custom packaging, or brand my parcels for dropshipping?
What postal options do you offer?
Can you send my print direct to my customer?
How should I handle my fine art prints?
Unpacking, unrolling and flattening large prints
Do you have a minimum order quantity/amount?
Do you offer trade prices?
I have an upcoming exhibition - do you offer exhibition discounts?
Can I set up an account with you?
How are payments handled?
Do you offer student and concession discounts?
What if my monitor isn't colour calibrated?
Can you provide ICC profiles so that I can soft proof at home?
Copyright and your IP
Do my files need to be stored in your archives?
Can I print someone else's artwork?
Will images of my work be shared on your social media?
How do I know you won't reproduce my work without my consent?
Can I send you all my files to check how large they can be printed?
How do I set my files up for print?
Updated by Cassie
Our best piece of advice is to have the art reproduction and printing taken care of by the same service. This is ideal for consistency and fidelity to the original piece. Colour balancing is key, so it’s critical this is done with the artwork in hand, on colour-calibrated monitors. That way, the person running proofs can also compare them to the artwork and identify any colour discrepancies.
Our scanner is specifically designed for scanning artworks and paper-based artefacts (as opposed to document scanners), which means you’ll have extremely high quality files, even enabling you to print much larger sizes than the original artwork.