What is a Giclée Print?


Giclée — pronounced gee-klay    — is the term used to define a reproduction of art that was created using digital media and Inkjet printing.  The fade-resistant inks that define a giclée can keep colors faithful to the original piece for up to 25 years if not exposed to significant sunlight.

Furthermore, the precision of the Inkjet reproduction eliminates the dotted quality that defines many other types of print reproduction that utilize screens or transferred images.

Giclées are more expensive that regular posters because they offer higher image resolution and finer color detailing.