|Studio Giclee Prints|
A Giclée (zhee-clay) is a fine art inkjet print produced to exacting standards on archival media substrates. The process was pioneered in the early 1990’s by rock legend Graham Nash and his business associate Mac Holbert. By modifying proven printer technology and combining it with their proprietary pigment inks, they ushered in a new era of fine art print making. To distinguish their new process, they coined the term “Giclée”, which was derived from the french word "le gicleur" meaning "nozzle" and "gicler" meaning to spray or squirt, thereby describing the function of the printhead used in the machine. Today, the term Giclée suggests a superior elevation in the printmaking craft. Images are produced with pigmented inks on a variety of archival papers and other materials with fade resistance of 50 - 120 years or more under average indoor light conditions. When combined with our superior craftsmanship, the Giclée process provides better color accuracy and permanence than most other means of reproduction.
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