What is a Giclée Print
Giclée is a term for fine art digital prints made on inkjet printers and is typically used in reference to high-quality prints. The term was coined by an American printmaker Jack Duganne in 1991 and describes the way the ink is applied to paper during the printing process.
A Giclée archival print is one of the best print reproduction methods available. It is a process that uses a 12 color ink jet printer, acid free paper and pigment based archival inks.