Clients and Projects
Here are just a few of the artists, galleries and companies we’ve collaborated with over the the years at Tribeca Printworks. Check back soon, we’re always adding more!
Alex Gray Alex Katz Annie Liebowitz Arno Elias Artmarkit Bjoern Kommerell Blue Note Records Boo-Hooray Gallery Bruce Weber BunnyCutlet Gallery Carla Berger Caroyl La Barge Carter Kustera Cartier International Charlie Bidwell Collier West Gallery David Kapp David Salle David Oscroft Dean Russo Dixie Sheridan DMA United Culture Corps Eric Rosner Ericcson Fina Esteban Figueroa Ethan Russell Eva Mueller Francesca Galliani Frank Miller Hans Feurer Guy Hepner Herb Ritts Horace Bristol Estate HPGRP Gallery James Zwadlo Jan Meissner Janice Mehlman Jeffrey Rothstein Joanne Gair Jonathan Winfrey Julius Schulman Jurek Wajdowics Karl Haendel Karl Lagerfeld Kiki Valdes Klone Leah Singer Lee Ranaldo Madeleine Farley Man Yau Mark Seidenfeld Maria Theresa Meloni Mariona Lloretta Mark Mothersbaugh Miller Mobley Museum Editions Art Advisors Nick Knight Nike Nucleus Imaging NYC Interior Design Patrick Demarchellier Peter Kuper Peter Lindbergh Pirelli USA Ralph Lauren, Inc Ric Ocasek Richard Avedon Richard Bernstein Rick Meyerowitz RJ Raizk Robert AM Stern Architects Robert Loughlin Rockwell Group Sally Gall Samia Halaby Sarah Dineen Sean Dack Soufer Gallery Spencer Brownstone Gallery Stephen Spiller Steve McCurry Steven Amedee Gallery Sugarlift Susan Daboll TED.com Tipper Gore Tom Ackerman Troels Jepsen Vick Art Advisors Victoria’s Secret Vito Schnabel Wally DeBacker Zach Whitehurst
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Giclée (pronounced Zhee-Clay, or jee-clay) is derived from the French word “gicler” which basically means “to spray,” and has become popular to describe digital fine art printing. The process allows us to print on a wide variety of substrates including cotton watercolor paper, canvas, photographic papers, etc. The term can be used interchangeably with “Inkjet Prints,” “Archival Pigment Prints,” and “Pigmented Inkjet Print.”
At Tribeca Printworks we’ve been doing this a long time and don’t get too hung up on the name, we spend a lot more time focusing on creating beautiful art. Whatever you choose to call it, we hand craft and meticulously inspect each fine art print we make using Epson 11880 printers with Ultrachrome K3 pigment based inks, on a variety of archival media all rated for longevity at 70-100+ years.
Not really. The downside of using “giclee” as a catch-all phrase is that it is so broad. Prints sold as giclees can also be made on signage and billboard equipment using solvent or latex based inks, which while great for those purposes are not meant to last or capture the subtler details of fine art and photographic reproduction. It is important to understand exactly which type of printer and materials are being used to obtain the results you want. At Tribeca Printworks we use only the highest quality archival materials on industry standard best-in-class dedicated fine art printers.
We have a wide variety of papers and materials to print on in our Online Print Studio! There is a description of each one that you can hover over for further info but if you are unfamiliar with the differences you can also see more detailed descriptions on the Products page or please don’t hesitate to give us a call and we’ll talk you through it.
Experience, and collaboration. We maintain a state of the art print studio and work in a completely color calibrated and managed environment that ensures verifiable and repeatable results. But more important than any equipment we have is the knowledge and care we bring. We’re artists ourselves, we love working with creative people, and we maintain an extremely loyal client base who rely on us for our experience and input.
Absolutely! We’ve streamlined our Online Print Studio to make the process as intuitive and seamless as possible even if you’re brand new to giclee printing, but if there is anything you’re unsure about just give us a call and we’ll help find a solution.