digital fine art printing service?

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    Question digital fine art printing service?

    Hi there,
    I wonder if anyone here know about any place in Hong Kong to have digital art printed on fine art canvas (that is light fast, waterproof, archival quality) - I think it might be called Giclée print, or on Hahnemühle fine art papers. My first preference is canvas though as I don't want to use conventional frame with glass etc.

    And I need it fast.
    I'd appreciate any information on this .

    Thanks a lot in advance!

    ~f~


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    yep!
    see here
    Excellent Colour Ltd.

    they are really good, I tried for myself!


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    Thanks . I'll take a look at them.

    Much appreciated,
    ~f~


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    Oh this is great. I've been planning to get some of my photography up on my empty white walls now for a long time. This is perfect.


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    Shouldn't it be Ffreefire?


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    Ohkay - an update! I've decided to try ColorSix.com - have heard good things about their services and they use Hahnemühle fine art canvas; museum quality canvas for digital print that is light fast and of archival quality. Their rate is 0.80 cents per square inch - still within reasonable cost. I'll get my results next Tuesday - and I will keep you all updated in the hope it will provide a useful reference for others who need similar service .

    Lammarite - what do you mean Ffreefire? I have always been just freefire.

    Cheers,
    ~f~


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    Quote Originally Posted by freefire:
    Lammarite - what do you mean Ffreefire? I have always been just freefire.
    Ffreefire is a famous racing yacht round these parts- thought that she may have been your inspiration!


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    Oh I had no idea! Interesting! Thanks!
    I've been using nick name freefire since 1996. Simply coz' I like freedom and working with fire (I also make ceramic).