- Are all digitally produced prints giclee prints?
- If not, what is the difference between an "ordinary" inkjet print and a giclee print?
- How should artists describe prints that are not printed using off-set photo-lithography so the purchaser knows exactly what they are getting?
Tuesday, 10 March 2009
A lot of art print publishers and distributors (and many of our artists and customers) use the term giclee to describe all [non original] prints not printed off-set (ie for all prints printed on demand using sophisticated digital printers). We are interested in our readers views on the following questions: