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All printing done with Giclee* Process
Compared to other fine art reproduction techniques (such as lithography or silkscreen printing), Giclee prints have much better archival properties. They utilize pigment based archival inks, rather than dyes. A giclee print is both smudge-proof and waterproof.
Acid-Free, Ph Neutral Canvas • Epson Photo Luster • Epson
Premium Matte • Kodak Professional • Metallic Paper
Fine art prints
Hahnemuhle Museum Etching Matte • Flat Canvas Prints • Acid-Free,
Ph Neutral Canvas • Print Image with added color border or white
The high end of inkjet printing is the giclée print … . The name is derived from the French verb “gicler” meaning to squirt, or more accurately in this case, an extremely fine spray of many different sized droplets. This application of overlapping dots of ink mixes, forming additional color combinations. The application of the inks in this printing process is so fine that there are no discernible dots or droplets on the final print. Learn More