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.

COVID -19 UPDATE

 

 In response to the Nationwide lockdown, our offices will be closed from the 27th of March 2020 and will reopen on the 17th of April 2020. (or until further instructions from government). Please keep an eye on our Website www.wetink.co.za for updates in this regard. 

During this time we will still be taking in work to ensure that it is ready for production when we reopen. We will also be able to provide you with quotes during this time, so please send them to print@wetink.co.za and capetown@wetink.co.za. 

We thank you for your support so far in 2020. 

Stay healthy and be safe during this trying time.

 

Inkjet / Giclée

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

Press

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

Books

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

Scanning

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

Russell Fatlip - he has been creating waves in the Cape Town design community. His unique style and creative background have come together to create these striking pieces. 
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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...

Hero

Hero, the exhibition by South African artist Kevin Mackintosh will open on the 22nd of February 2020, 6:00 - 9:00pm at Deepest Darkest Gallery in Cape Town.This body of work is a series of hyper styled portraits inspired by the work of African photographers like the...

Check my Plants

ARTISTS SPOTLIGHT In our artists spotlight today we have Filipa Domingues, an award winning film producer and still photographer. Her exceptional photographic work has been featured on the covers of numerous magazines including a spread in National Geographic. We had...

BID 4 PAWS

D.A.R.G. (Domestic Animal Rescue Group) is holding their first ever Art Auction.

“Super South”

‘Super South’ is a South African, sci-fi, fantasy novel written by Marthinus Kirsten, Shade Schutze and Tiaan Lubbe. The artworks in the novel were created by a collaboration of illustrators consisting of Imile Wepener, Maggie de Vos, Quintus van der Walt, Marthinus Kirsten and Shade Schutze.

Shades of white

What is an OBA
OBAs are optical brighteners that are added to the paper coating to make the paper appear whiter than it actually is. The down side is that the OBAs fade quickly leaving you with colour shift and is undesirable in Fine Art prints. The reason the OBAs are added is mostly because natural paper is quite yellow especially when compared to you display. This will affect your colour choices and can be a problem if you need very pure colour to pop when you print them. Most manufacturers will use the purest pulp in their paper to minimise the use of optical brighteners.

How to submit a job

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Quote

Request a quote

Pretoria – print@wetink.co.za

Cape Town – capetown@wetink.co.za

Prepare

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

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