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For contemporary modern art prints from some of the best underground, lowbrow, pop, Surrealism artists around including Shag AKA Josh Agle, Glenn Barr, Mark Ryden, Keith Weesner, James Jean, Niagara, just to name a few.

Fab Art are specialists in the quality custom framing of sport, music and movie memorabilia, collectibles, original artwork, photos etc. We offer all aspects of custom framing from the very simple to very ornate. Footy jumpers, wedding photos, a purely decorative print or preserving a family heirloom we have a framing solution to suit your style & budget.
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What is a giclee?
Giclee is a French word meaning “to spray”. Ink-jet technology specifically for fine art reproduction. Images are generated from high resolution digital scans and printed with archival quality inks onto various substrates including canvas, fine art, and photography paper. The giclee process provides better colour accuracy than other means of reproduction.
What’s the difference between a poster & serigraph?
Poster - An inexpensive reproduction of a piece of art generally containing some form of promotion in the margins (artist's name, gallery etc)
This term is used to describe an impression made on paper from a variety of sources such as a block, plate or film negative. A copy made of an original artwork
Limited Edition print
A reproduction of an original work of art that is signed and sequentially numbered by the artist and is limited to a certain quantity of numbered copies.
A print produced by drawing on a flat, specially prepared, stone or metal surface from which ink impressions are taken.
A method of printing using a prepared stencil attached to silk or polyester fabric through which colour (ink) is forced.
A printing process where an image is scratched into a plate through an acid resistant ground. The plate is dipped into acid, causing the scratched areas to be eaten away. The plate is then inked and pressed into the paper to transfer the image.
A printing process where lines are cut into a plate using a tool. No acid is used in this process. The plate is then inked and pressed into the paper to transfer the image.