The arrival of archival inkjet printing changed the fine art world and what was possible.  New Surfaces and techniques keep developing and we are always happy to experiment and add new products and capabilities.

The incredible variety of paper and surface options that are available to print on is nothing short of inspiring. Rice papers, deckled edges, aluminum panels, backlit film, and beautifully textured papers give you a choice.

Additionally, we can print on a selection of photo canvas. Canvas prints have applications both for painters who would like to work on top of an image as a multimedia piece or as a finished photographic piece. Besides the tactile surface, the option to stretch a large print instead of framing it has made canvas a popular surface. One of our favorites is the matte canvas with a bright white and smooth cotton poly weave that looks a lot like a Photo Rag paper, but can be stretched, and is much more abuse resistant.

If you’re ready to select from our collection of fine art inkjet papers, visit our studio in New York City for personalized assistance. We’ll teach you how to get the most out of our materials. Fine art paper for inkjet printers can truly make a difference in your work.


Inkjet rice papers
Digital print on Rice paper
Large Scale digital prints on Innova warm cotton gloss
Super wide digital print of a polaroid image
A selection of digital fine art papers for printing
Print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag roll paper
Inkjet Print on Hahnemühle Photorag
Giclée print coming out of the Epson 11880