Skink Ink specialises in archival inkjet printing, which is fine art printing on wide-format printers using pigmented inks and archival papers. Also known as Archival Pigment printing, or Giclée prints, they can be made on any of a number of substrates, from canvases or cotton rag papers to photographic papers. They are highly suitable for exhibition or sale, and are favored by photographers, artists, galleries, and museums for digital printing of two dimensional works, especially photography.
We have worked for famed international institutions and galleries such as the Serpentine Gallery in London, the New Museum and the Brooklyn Museum in New York City, and for icons of publishing such as The New York Times.
We have worked for celebrated artists such as Donald Moffat, Christo, and Kehinde Wiley, and we’ve also worked for thousands of artists and photographers to produce their work for exhibition or sale.