Fine art silkscreens, a traditional process

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You can still turn to Re-Art, located in Almere, for special fine art silkscreens and we work together with the best silkscreen printers. We accompany the whole process, give advice, and make all the necessary preparations. The production of magnificent and special silkscreens for art is a process involving traditional methods. There are many traps and pitfalls, so that profound knowledge of this technique is required to prevent disappointing results.

What makes our company unique is that, in addition to the knowledge it possesses about silkscreen techniques, it can combine silkscreens with fine art prints, so there are far more options available than could be achieved with ordinary silkscreens.

  • Gold & silver are possible
  • Fluorescent colours are possible
  • Can be combined with fine art prints

What is a silkscreen

The silkscreen, also known as serigraphy, is a printing technique that is used for several graphic purposes and is also applied industrially.

The technique originates from Japan, where the stencil print was refined by using hair or silk, instead of allowing broad connections of the stencil material. As a result, much finer designs could be printed. The Japanese artists Yuzensai Miyazaki (1654-1736) and Zissukeo Hirose (1822-1890) are considered to be the inventors of the Yuzen print and Katagami stencils. These so-called hair stencils were used particularly in the textile industry. It was invented because the Japanese emperor only allowed more highly placed persons to wear embroidered clothes. Ordinary people were only allowed to wear simple clothes. Yuzensai has put an end to this through the silkscreen technique. In the art world the silkscreen became more widely known when Andy Warhol started experimenting with this technique in the 1960s. After the silkscreen disappeared within the art world for a while, it is now gaining popularity again because street artists and contemporary pop-art artists have started using this technique again.

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Why choose for our company?

Art is a passion that everyone in our team shares. On top of that, we collaborate with various renowned art galleries, museums, artists, and photographers. Being an expert in Fine Art print, we understand how vital it is to create top-notch reproductions of your art. We are the founder of “Certified Art Giclée”, THE European standard for giclée and fine art prints. In addition, Re-Art is “Certified Plus Lab” for ChromaLuxe and Certified Studio for Hahnemühle and is among the best international Fine Art Printmakers. We always use our experience and expertise to provide you with advice and coaching. Since art is our passion, we are heavily indulged in every project. We offer worldwide shipping.


Make use of our services

Are you interested in creating a fine art silkscreen? We can create high-quality reproductions using a top-notch graphic art scanner. Afterwards we proof the colors of your virtual art to make sure that everything looks as close to the original and then we print your reproduction on silkscreen. Do you have any questions or would you like advice? Contact us by calling +31 (0)36 536 88 75. or by sending an email to