Giclée prints are museum quality reproductions. Giclee, pronounced "zhee-clay," is the process of making fine art prints from digital source. Fade-resistant, archival inks and high-end ink-jet printers are used in the giclee process. Also used in giclée printing are quality acid-free substrates such as matte photo paper, watercolor paper, cotton canvas, or artist textured vinyl.
Giclee prints are perfect for many artists to get their 2-D art, computer-generated art, and photography reproduced. Though more expensive than offset lithography per print, giclee prints can be produced one at a time as opposed to lithograph runs of 500, 1000 or more.
Giclée prints are collectable, fine art works found in museums, galleries, corporations and private collections worldwide.