Giclée prints

Giclée prints of original artwork by Danaye L. Shiplett.

Pop art in a unique style that boasts rich, vibrant color and characters brought to life. Each and every Giclée print created brings a little humor, a little love, and a whole lot of heart and soul.

Each archival-quality print features ultra-high image resolution using dye-based inks. It is printed on premium, acid-free, fine art paper that boasts accurate color, realistic saturation, excellent neutral flesh reproduction, and great intensity.

What is a Giclée print?

Giclée (pronounced ZEE-clay) is a French term that means: “to spray or to squirt.” Strange, slightly icky definition aside, these types of prints were started in the 1980s to ensure a higher quality of photographic printing that will last far longer than other printing types.

In addition, while most traditional print technologies use the CMYK method, which uses 4 colors of ink (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black), Giclée prints use a total of 12 individual colors to achieve a much wider color gambit. The end product is a print that can look almost indistinguishable from the original work.

Finally, most Giclée prints are printed on fine art paper, which is acid-free, archival quality papers in a wide variety of finishes (watercolor, luster, metallic, linen) that further strengthens the print’s longevity.

The best thing, in my opinion, is that Giclée prints offer a highly superior quality to regular photographic prints while still being a relatively inexpensive option (if you shop around).

(The artist uses Miller’s Professional Imaging for all her print products. They go above and beyond for their customers, and the quality is unmatched by any other printer she has used in the past.)

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