THE ALL NEW

Gold Series

This is our new Gold Series, specially created for those who are looking for the maximum quality on unique fine art materials. You can choose among three archival, acid free and age resistant media from Ilford and Hahnemuhle brands! Iford Gold Fibre Pearl, Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Satine and Teshuki Washi Japanese Handmade Paper. Discover all in our new showroom at Holargos head offices!


Best Market Printers

Two of the best market fine art printers, Epson 9900 and Epson P20000, are ready to serve you. This high end technology and the colour management process will take your prints to the highest quality level!


Certified Print Center

The Ilford and Tecco Certification program, is a quality control process that encourages printing operators to strive for excellence by using state of the art colour management tools and high quality Ilford and Tecco media. The certification guarantees that the Ilford and Tecco Certified Printing Center provides excellent print quality that differentiates themselves from the competition. It helps print-buyers to find a print service provider that they can trust in terms of quality and consistency of their prints. Photolab Athens is the only Ilford and Tecco Certified Print Partner in Greece and one of a few worldwide, scored excellent results at Ilford's and Tecco's print tests! .


Fine art prints use fiber based papers printed by ink jet plotters. Photolab applies this method since 2006. Now days we use an 11-ink Epson 9900 and the brand new 9-ink Epson P20000, which offers you breathtaking fine art prints in sizes up to 162cm width. With a variety of smooth, medium or heavy textured fine art papers, giclee can be your best option for fiber based prints.

All of our print services and products have a lifespan more than 50 years as this is defined by the manufacturers, provided that they maintained under strict conditions such as indoor space, no sunlight or radiation, 20˚C - 28˚C temperature and 60% humidity. Any deviation to above may reduce the lifespan and affect the print quality. Under normal sunlight exposure, lifespan can be reduced to less than 10 years.