fine art giclée
The Giclée technique allows you to reproduce works of art with greater precision in color and resolution than other printing methods. The term “Giclée” emerged in 1991 in the United States and was invented by Jack Duganne (from the Nash Editions studio) to designate the first digital “inkjet” printing procedure specific to the reproduction and editing of works of art. The French word Giclée, comes from the verb gicler which means to spray. This ink jet printing technique consists of depositing the pigment in the form of microscopic drops ‘spraying’ the support. With this technique great detail is achieved in the shapes, being able to also produce wefts, patterns and continuous tone. The result is fine art prints of the highest quality, using inks that offer an image permanence of several hundred years, since the quality of a Giclée copy exceeds copies made with traditional processes and has been recognized by the different professional circles.