A network of Digigraph providers has been established in order to allow artists to make prints with the Digigraphie® quality label. This network is composed of renowned professional laboratories and lithography studios.
Artists benefit from having a representative part of their works of art shown in the gallery on this website in the same way as the self-equipped artists. The embossed stamp on the print will be that of the digigraph provider and not the artist.
Digigraphie Editor is a network which uses the Digigraphie label for their editorial line. They produce Digigraphie® prints for the artists they represent. Artists benefit from having a representative part of their works of art shown in the gallery on this website in the same way as the self-equipped artists. The embossed stamp on the print will be that of the Digigraphie provider and not the artist.
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A network of Certified Digigraphie laboratories has been established in order to allow photographers and fine artists to make prints with the Digigraphie® label. Digigraphie laboratories are renowned professional laboratories and lithography studios.
If you want to produce Digigraphie prints yourself, you can order Digigraphie equipment from one of our accredited Digigraphie® Resellers (Dealer). They are chosen for their recognised skills and their real involvement in the Photography and Fine Art markets, and are specially trained to provide printing solutions and training for photographers and fine artists.
With the introduction of Digigraphie in 2003, regular quality control of the printers was implemented to ensure compliance with the high printing standards of Digigraphie.
However, due to significant technological innovations in inkjet printing for digital photo and fine art printing, this is no longer necessary with new printer models.
Epson's large format printers, which print with water-based inks, now offer even higher levels of reliability and quality, thanks to Micro-TFP printhead technology as well as advanced ink formulation and innovative colour tables. Also, switching between black inks is no longer necessary and improved paper feed control produces the most accurate prints.
We are therefore pleased to announce that from August 2021 the need for regular quality reports to participate in the Digigraphie programme will no longer apply. Consequently, it will no longer be necessary to purchase quality control software with a printer from the current product range, in order to participate in the Digigraphie programme.
From 1 April 2023, quality control test results can no longer be uploaded. However, users can keep them for themselves.
Depending on your status as a Digigraphie partner (artist, lab, dealer or museum), this change may not affect you.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us through your local Epson contact or at firstname.lastname@example.org.