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Substrates - Paper, Canvas and Giclee Prints

McGaw Graphics has one of the most extensive collections of poster reproductions available with nearly 10,000 images available in up to 9 sizes on 3 substrates. All are produced using very high resolution printers creating a premium quality, continuous tone print.

 

Poster Paper

McGaw's standard poster paper is a high quality 230 gsm smooth matte poster paper. Prints on poster paper include a 1" border around the image and are shipped rolled in a tube. This paper stock is perfect for paintings and photographs and works well with most laminates, liquid coatings, glues and adhesives used in mounting applications.

Giclée Paper

McGaw's premium fine art paper is an acid free, archival textured 245 gsm giclée paper, printed with 100yr archival light fast inks. Giclée paper prints include a 2" border around the image and are shipped rolled in a tube. This paper is similar to a traditional artist's watercolor paper and produces a very vibrant print. This product is not recommended for use with laminates.

Giclée, from French is a neologism for the process of making fine art prints from a digital source using ink-jet printing. The word "giclée" is derived from the French language word "le gicleur" meaning "nozzle", or more specifically "gicler" meaning "to squirt, spurt, or spray".

Canvas

McGaw's premium artist canvas is a 20 mil (400gsm) bright white cotton/poly blend with a satin finish and a 2-over 1 weave which is highly durable, water proof, and scratch resistant. Canvas is printed with water resistant solvent inks that are vibrant with dense blacks and bright whites. Canvas prints include a 2" border around the image and are shipped rolled in a tube. Specifically designed for the home decor market, this superior canvas delivers exceptional print quality and ease of stretching. Canvas works well with most liquid coatings but McGaw does not coat canvas and encourages testing.