Giclée printing represents an advancement in modern printing technology. From the French term meaning “to spray”, giclée (pronounced zhee-klay) describes the printing process that utilizes liquid inks and varied substrates.
In giclée printing, no screens or plates are used – resulting in a print with no visible dot pattern. A giclée print maintains incredible detail and rich, intense color – while preserving all the subtle tonalities and hues of the original artwork.
Giclées are produced on state-of-the-art Epson printers using the highest quality Ultra-Chrome K3 pigmented inks and high-res RIP software. These long lasting prints (100 years by the Wilhelm Research Group) can be both created on “Ultra Smooth Fine Art Paper” and “Premier Art Water Resistant Canvas”.
You have a choice of Semi-gloss or Matte Finish. All canvases and Fine Art Paper Giclées have a 2” margin for stretching or matting.