The original prints drawn by Japanese artists have been made into affordable Giclee prints. You can enjoy the beautiful art that has not faded for many years, created by the technique of Giclee Print that Art Print Japan has cultivated since its establishment.
You can decorate your room with art works that give you peace of mind. How about living with such a little happiness? We, Art Print Japan, will provide the best works to decorate your everyday life.
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Noriko Aoki, who studies folk paintings such as Lee Chomin painting and
Otsu-e, and continues to express herself without being bound by
preconceived ideas. The paintings drawn using ink and mineral pigments
are colored with bright and gorgeous flowers. The beautiful flowers in
Japanese vases create a beautiful combination.
Please see the flowers full of vitality drawn by the painter who says "Flowers are a gift from heaven".
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Nobu - Sach
What is Giclee?
Giclee, also called digital lithograph, is a printing technique using the latest computer technology.Giclee means "spraying ink" in French, and unlike lithographs and silkscreen prints, it is characterized by printing without using a plate.
The original image created by the artist is converted to digital, and the ink is directly sprayed onto the printing paper or canvas without using the screen. By using pigment-based ink, which is said to have a light resistance of about 200 years, and high-quality German printing paper, you can obtain a finish with excellent reproducibility of the original image. High-quality prints with beautiful colors and vivid expressions.
Unlike poster printing, it can be said that another work of a form different from the original picture, which is created by the artist himself in collaboration with the print studio.
The biggest advantage of Giclée is its high reproducibility with respect to the original. It is also possible to express subtle continuous gradation by fine spraying.
What is Diamond Screening?
It is a technique that randomly spots extremely small dots and prints shades according to the density. In normal printing, shades of color are represented by the size of regularly arranged halftone dots.
The halftone dots of diamond screening are of constant size (minimum points of about 20 microns) and are randomly scattered.
The shade can be expressed by the distribution density.
Since the halftone dots themselves are very small, the printed screen is invisible to the naked eye, resulting in a more realistic finish.