Archival Pigment Prints

Also known as "Giclée Prints"

Giclée (pronounced “zhee-clay”) reproductions were originally developed in 1984 as a digital method of fine art printing.  The word Giclée is French for “to spray on” or “to spray ink.”  This advanced method of creating museum quality art prints uses high-end ink jet printers and archival watercolor papers and inks.  With the giclee process, it is now possible to create images with a similar look and feel to the original work of art.