Sunday, June 6, 2010

time for a definition...


"Giclée" is a french word derived from a term meaning "spray of ink." A giclée is a beautiful and artistically correct, museum-quality print generated on a high quality digital Iris printer. In the giclée process, a fine stream of ink (millions of droplets per second) is sprayed onto archival paper or canvas, which is hand-mounted onto a rotating drum, creating the fine art print. The giclée print has astounding precision and quality with exceptional color saturation and contrast.

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