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Highest quality papers & canvases
For the best results we believe in using the best materials, thats why we stock only Hahnemühle papers and canvases. With over 440 years of experience, Hahnemühle is Germanys oldest paper mill and has a world class reputation for producing exceptional quality products. Furthermore, we are the only Hahnemühle certified Gold Studio in Singapore, a testament to our focus on ensuring consistent, high quality prints.
Quality printers and inks
We leverage printers from both Canon and Epson giving us coverage to meet customer preferences. We only use manufacturer supplied inks to ensure maximum quality. We follow an effective colour management process to produce colour accurate prints.
In sourcing from Hahnemühle we source from a supplier committed to responsible sourcing. We are always on the look-out for good quality fine art papers using faster replenishing materials such as Bamboo whilst reviewing opportunities to be more environmentally responsible in other areas of our operations.
Latest news & article
We are delighted to announce that Fine Art Printing has become the first printer in Singapore to achieve certification from Hahnemühle as a Certified Gold Studio. You can check our certification via the Hahnemuhle website. What does this mean? To become a Hahnemühle certified studio requires us to meet a set of strict criteria. Among the many factors involved in certification we are checked on our ability to advise on…
Question: I am looking to print something but I am not sure if it would be better to print on paper or canvas. Can you help me? This is a very common question we get asked and mostly the answer hinges on how you want to display the print after it has been completed. In this article we’ll explain the differences between printing on paper vs. canvas and how that…
In this article we’re going to touch upon the topic of why you should invest in a good quality paper vs. saving a few dollars and using a normal quality one. As the saying goes “you get what you pay for” and this really plays true when it comes to selecting a paper to print on. Below is some of the key differences between a high quality and normal quality…
When printing on canvas you will often get asked “what type of wrap would you like?” and no, we aren’t asking you for your lunch order. The wrapping refers to what will show on the edges of your canvas and this article will provide you with all the necessary information and images to understand your options. Firstly, lets quickly cover the concept of canvas stretching When you have an artwork…
Frequently asked questions
Absolutely. We have a showroom at 120 Lower Delta Road, #08-01/02 Cendex Centre, 169208 where you can view paper and canvas samples in person.
It is recommended to contact us ahead of time to make an appointment but not required.
Generally speaking printing takes around 2-3 days upon confirmation of your order, but it is possible to accelerate this timeline if required. Usually we will state 2-3 days to provide suitable time for letting the print sit after printing before any potential packaging.
Delivery timelines will depend on your location but we can also provide a range of options and pricing depending on your requirements. Please get in touch to discuss further.
Absolutely, we provide this service for many digital artists and photographers providing prints and/or framing to end customers either locally in Singapore or to other locations around the world.
Yes, we can provide canvas printing, stretching and framing as required. Kindly get in touch to advise on your requirements and we can quote you accordingly. Our stretching and framing prices are very competitive in the market.
Yes, we are able to provide professional framing of prints using high quality wood profiles made from pine and oak. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements and we can quote you accordingly for any framing requirements you might have.