Giclée printing process
The quality of a Giclée print is far superior to all other forms of printing and the term refers to printing on paper, canvas and other materials. ‘Giclée’ comes from the French, meaning ‘to spray or squirt’ and is pronounced ‘jee-clay’, and the process uses an advanced inkjet-style printer.
It is a high quality print using the latest technology, the best quality printer, archival quality paper and pigment-based ink. Giclée printing tends to hold its colours for far longer than standard prints; in fact they are thought to last more than a hundred years.
This means that you won’t have to worry about fading or discoloration and that you will have a print that you can enjoy for a lifetime.
My Giclée prints are excellent reproductions printed in limited editions.