Printing Methods


Traditional silver-halide prints using Fuji Crystal Archive Luster, Fuji Glossy, Kodak Metallic or Fuji Deep Matte paper. Light sensitive paper is exposed to light with lasers or LEDs, creating the highest resolution available of any printing method.

Used for:

  • Photo Prints
  • Photo Albums
  • Photo Panel
  • Plexi Face Mounts
  • Framed Photo Prints



Pikto’s Archival Art Print is a museum-quality inkjet print, made using a high-resolution digital printer, 12 archival inks, and the highest quality fine-art papers.

Sometimes referred to as a “Giclée” print, the Archival Art Print is the optimal choice for clients who want exceptional image quality and long-term stability. Extensive independent testing has shown that this type of print will last 200+ years without noticeable colour shift.

Used for:

  • Archival Art Prints


Digital Press:

We offer the option of 5-ink or 7-ink printing on our cutting-edge digital-offset printer, so your images can achieve exactly the rich colour range and depth they call for.

Used for:

  • Photo Books
  • Portfolio Pages
  • Stationery (4 ink only)


Paper information can be found here:

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