Discover why artists choose us for their Fine Art Printing



economical open edition prints

  • Wide Selection of Acid Free Paper Stock
  • Max print size 13″x19″ (standard stock)
  • Environmentally Certified Paper
  • Refined or Critical Colour Proofing Service
  • Minimum Order Amounts Required
  • Non-Archival
  • Backings and Poly-sleeves available

premium quality archival prints

  • Museum Grade Archival Quality
  • Recommended for Limited Editions
  • Cotton Rag and Premium Photo Papers
  • Max print size 44″x96″ (cotton rag)
  • Refined or Critical Colour Proofing Service
  • Exhibition grade, ready-to-hang Canvas
  • Free Certificate of Authenticity available

wholesale pricing

Art Cards
  • Printed on 14pt Coated or Uncoated stock
  • Variety of standard card sizes
  • Supplied creased, ready to fold
  • Card back Design service
  • Refined Proofing Service
  • FSC & SFI Certified
  • Envelopes and Poly-sleeves available


invitations & postcards
brochures & posters


Art Card Pricing (based on quantity ordered per image)

50 – 99 = $1.35 per card

100 – 199 = $1.09 per card

200 – 399 = $0.85 per card

400+ = $0.69 per card

75 – 149 = $1.05 per card

150 – 299 = $0.84 per card

300 – 499 = $0.74 per card

500+ = $0.59 per card

50 – 99 = $1.39 per card

100 – 199 = $1.15 per card

200 – 399 = $0.95 per card

400+ = $0.78 per card

100 – 199 = $0.79 per card

200 – 349 = $0.69 per card

300 – 499 = $0.62 per card

500+ = $0.52 per card

We carry a large selection of envelopes and clearbags for you to package your cards and art prints, fill out our art card order form for more pricing!

5 – 9 = $7.95 each

10 – 20 = $5.25 each

21 – 39 = $4.75 each

40 – 50 = $3.75 each

51 – 99 = $2.50 each

100 + = $2.10 each

*can be cropped down at no extra charge.

5-9 = $10.95 each

10 – 24 = $8.95 each

25 – 49 = $6.95 each

50 + = $4.95 each

12 – 24 = $3.90 each

25 – 49 = $2.45 each

50 – 99 = $1.80 each

100 – 199 = $1.45 each

200 – 299 = $1.30 each

*can be cropped down at no extra charge

50 – 99 = $1.05 each

100 – 199 = $0.99 each

200 – 299 = $0.89 each

*We also carry a selection of backing boards and resealable crystal clear sleeves for your prints!

Set-up and proofing fees start at $35 per new image (or $40 on canvas), no set-ups for re-prints.

Looking for a different size? Our order forms give pricing as you enter sizing!

Size (including borders) Fine Art Papers* Premium Photo Lustre Photo Metallic
8″x10″ (min. order of 4)

11″x14″ (min. order of 2)































*Choice of white or natural hot press and cold press (textured) archival fine art papers.

All printed canvas are finished with UV protective clear-coat and available stretched on high quality stretcher bars in your choice of 3/4″ or 1.5″ depth.

Image Size Canvas stretched on 3/4″ bars Canvas stretched on 1.5″ bars Rolled Canvas with 2.5″ borders
































*We also carry a selection of backing boards and resealable crystal clear bags for your Giclée prints!

Ask us about our Certificates of Authenticity, available with archival prints at no extra charge.

Please fill out our easy-to-use form for a pricing guide to digitizing your artwork!

Pricing to be confirmed by an Art Ink team member when reviewing your original artwork, some finishes or surfaces require more care and attention.

*Pricing includes having image files cleaned, colour corrected and permanently archived in our database. Unlike many print shops, we offer our clients copies of full scale files and also smaller ‘web ready’ images as part of our service.

We offer 2 different styles of calendar to suit your style and needs:

Traditional style Calendar: 11″ x 8 1/2″ spiral bound or saddle stitched.

Art Calendar: Full size 8″ x 10″ Art Prints, with 8″x10″ calendar page.

Pricing includes design and layout costs (custom dates or fonts available for an additional charge), proofing fee extra.

Traditional Style Calendars

Standard calendar design and set-ups included.

One-time proofing charge from $50

**Features such as additional dates, moon cycles, font changes, to be billed by the hour**

50 – 99 = $18.00 each

100 – 249 = $12.95 each

250 – 499 = $8.95 each

500 – 749 = $7.45 each

750 – 999 = $6.75 each

1000+ = $6.25 each

Standard calendar design and set-ups included.

One-time proofing charge from $60

**Features such as additional dates, moon cycles, font changes, to be billed by the hour**

50 – 99 = $18.25 each

100 – 249 = $12.65 each

250 – 499 = $9.25 each

500 – 749 = $7.45 each

750 – 999 = $6.60 each

1000+ = $5.95 each

Standard calendar design and set-ups included.

One-time proofing charge from $60

**Features such as additional dates, moon cycles, font changes, to be billed by the hour**

100 – 249 = $14.40 each

250 – 499 = $10.25 each

500 – 749 = $8.60 each

750 – 999 = $7.10 each

1000+ = $6.69 each

Art Calendars

Wire ‘O’ ring bound

Standard calendar design and set-ups and proofing included.

**Features such as additional text, titles or font changes, to be billed by the hour**

100 – 249 = $15.49 each

250 – 499 = $10.89 each

500 – 749 = $8.79 each

750 – 999 = $7.49 each

1000+ = $6.79 each

Still Need Answers to your Questions?

Each job is different, if you don’t see what you are looking for in the information above, click on the blue button to contact us - we will be happy to assist you!

Our business hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday an Friday 10am to 4pm (Pacific Time), you can also call us at 250-888-2621

Contact Us


Customer & staff health is our first priority. Here’s what you can expect from us when you visit:

Who we are:

We are a small independent business, offering printing services exclusively to the fine arts community.

We focus on providing the highest quality reproductions taking great care and attention with every order, no matter how large or small. Consistency is key, our critical colour matching proofing system guarantees that re-prints will always match the very first print ordered. All of our archival giclée prints are carefully examined and trimmed to size by hand. Our digital press uses the latest technology allowing us to print on a variety of substrates which we stock in house, including textured paper, kraft papers and wood veneer. We care about the environment and our carbon footprint, minimizing waste as much as possible. All of our paper stock is Fsc certified.

Art Ink Print vs Large corporate printers:

We can often offer better pricing than online / local bulk printers, and yet still provide more specialized services such as: consulting, colour management, higher quality papers and a wide range of package materials for professional display & shipping. We are ethical about our: recycling, staffing and the products we sell. Printing art is our sole ambition and function. Artists working with artists.

Why you should print with us:

You’ll always get through to a team member who understands the importance of handling your artwork with great care. We can create high quality digital files of your art and provide you with the most faithful reproductions in print format, time and time again. Everyone who works at Art Ink Print has a background in the arts and takes pride in the work that we do!


I’ve been working with Art Ink Print for eight years and Scott and company are simply the best. The quality of their products and customer service is second to none. I don’t know where my business would be without them!

Kari Lehr

I first met Scott in 2012 when I was fairly new to the art world (as a business) and knew very little about prints, art cards, etc. Art Ink Print has been a great asset to my business as customers are always impressed by the qualities of the paper and overall printing of my products. I had some art cards printed elsewhere before I stumbled on Art Ink Print’s website, but after meeting Scott and having a few card sets done up, I’ve become a loyal customer. Scott and the Art Ink Print Team not only offer excellent and high quality printing, but are also full of art wisdom and tips. It’s always nice to go in and pick up orders as everyone who works there is very friendly and knowledgeable.

Amy Frank

Art Ink Print is an absolutely phenomenal company! This was my first time using their printing services and the results (with both the prints and the customer service) far exceeded my expectations! I am so glad that I chose this company to make my prints for me as they were so helpful, patient, kind and supportive during my first attempt at reproducing my artwork. I will definitely be using their services again in the future! Thank you!

Gabrielle Parent

Many thanks for finding a image in his files that we hand lost. What a great feeling.

Lynda McKewan

Thank you Scott, for your passionate dedication to excellence.

Sekoya Dawn

Many thanks for the fast and good quality work you consistently produce. My clients are pleased with the quality which helps my work look even better! I am looking forward to working together on more projects hopefully soon!

Fern Spackman

Dear Scott and Karina, It’s been great to work with you this year! Scott, you are a joy to do colour proofing with – enthusiastic & accommodating & you know your stuff!!

Carol Evans

Thank you for another job well done Scott. You have such an eye for detail and such a desire to do it right, that it just makes the printing part so easy now. After the years of struggling through that stage, it is so wonderful to to have my mind free to just paint… I am truly blessed to work with someone who has the integrity level I hold dear, and at the risk of sounding repetetive, the thanks are always sincere.


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