Digital Fine Art Printing

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We are a certified studio

In order to achive this certification our studio was inspected and accredited by a Hahnemuhle technician. Certain critera had to be met, such as.

  • Standardised light colour matching conditions
  • Full implementation of a colour management workflow
  • Knowledge of non-destructive image processing

As a customer you can be assured of archivability and consistantly accurate colour in your projects.

    Inkjet / Giclée

    Archival quality fine art printing. A wide range of cotton rag acid-free papers to choose from. Learn more…


    Quick turn-around digital printing. For higher volume projects when quality is still a priority. Learn more…


    Custom handmade photobooks. Make it your own. Learn more…


    Professional high-quality film scanning, and  scanning of orignal artworks. Learn more…

    WetINK Quarterly (Winter) – Isabel Crause

    Isabel Crause is a self-taught artist and freelance writer from Cape Town. Her art explores the beauty of the unknown through the fluidity of watercolour and ink – creating abstract landscapes and botanicals painted in a free, intuitive style that allows the work take on a life of its own.

    WetINK Quarterly (Autumn) – Helen Walne

    Helen Walne is an award-winning underwater photographer, writer and editor who spends every free moment submerged in Cape Town’s kelp forest. She is self-taught and aims to showcase the vibrant life below the ocean so we might strive to be better guardians of this unique ecosystem. She is also fond of dreaming up narratives for the undersea creatures she encounters, which often inexplicably turn nudibranchs into failed poets and octopus into whisky-drinking tango dancers.

    WetINK Quarterly (Summer) – Xee Summer

    WetINK Quarterly (Summer) - Featuring: Xee Summer“Summer is my happy space,” says graphic designer Xia Carstens, who goes by the moniker Xee Summer. “I thought it would be a good pseudonym because I want people to feel warm when they look at my work.” Her art does...

    WetINK Quarterly (Spring) – Dan Hugo

    WetINK Quarterly (Spring) - Featuring: Dan HugoAfter completing his National Diploma in Graphic Design at The Cape Peninsula University of Technology in 1996, Daniël Hugo was fortunate enough to get a design position at a clothing company in Mauritius. “It was on the...

    WetINK Artist of the Month – Aimee Lindeque

    Recently we met up with Aimee Lindeque, a Cape Town-based artist, to learn more about her and her art.Aimee is originally from a farm in Mpumalanga. She moved down to Cape Town to study art at the University of Cape Town. She majored in sculpture at the Michaelis...

    Go BIG!

    WE OFFER LARGE FORMAT PRINTING! Introducing our new Epson SureColor P20000 printer. We are now able to print up to 64" wide with a quicker turn around and improved resolution. PrecisionCore™ MicroTFP printhead the Epson SC P20000 prints at 2400 x 1200dpi Max width of...

    How to easily remove the white background from a scanned paper drawing | Photoshop tutorial

    In this tutorial we will see how to easily remove the white background from a previously scanned paper drawing.

    04 / 2020 Featured Artist – Lané van Tonder

    Lané van Tonder The creative world has always been the crux of inspiration in my life and has pushed me in directions I never expected.  I learnt to channel my passion for arts and creativity into a form of art with purpose and function, being design and illustration....

    COVID-19 Update

    Our most important priority is ensuring the health and safety of our clients and employees. We believe that it is our responsibility to do our best to maintain a safe working environment for everyone who visits our shops or works on our premises.  We are taking the...

    02 / 2020 Featured Artist – Russel Abrahams

    Russell Abrahams, also known as Fatlip is an illustrator/graphic design student born and bred in Cape Town. He started taking a keen interest in graphic design and illustration when he was 14 years old. By the time he left high school illustration was a big part of...

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    Prepare your files for print. We have a wealth of knowlegde over on this page if you need some pointers. Generally for photographic work a TIFF or JPG file in RGB format will give best results and for press or design work we reccomend CMYK PDF files. Both these formats you need to embedd profiles for the best results.


    Send your files to us either via an external file transfer company like Dropbox or WeTransfer, or drop by at one of our studios.