Museum Quality Prints
These Giclee prints use a pigment based ink that closely resembles actual paint. The pigment (the colored powder) is suspended in water and is thicker than dye based inks. The Giclee printer will spray the pigment ink onto the archival, acid free paper one colored layer at a time, with different layers overlapping the other where needed. This process closely resembles spray painting and is the closest method to getting paint on Giclee paper like an artist would with a brush or airbrush.