Giclée (pronounced G-clay or ghee-clay) comes from the French word gicler which means to spatter or squirt. This refers to the process of ink-jet printing and the way that jets of ink are “squirted” onto the paper. This is in contrast to other types of printing, such as C-Type which uses lasers and light-sensitive paper, or screen prints and lithographic printing...

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Giclée printing allows for a huge range of fine art papers to be used. We have chosen a great selection of media so that you can have choice between great affordable pricing whilst maintaining beautiful quality prints and high museum grade fine art prints that will last a lifetime. Semi-Gloss 210gsm This paper is the lightest of the three and has...

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