Iris giclée process is an inventive printing procedure that is rapidly
finding its niche in today's fine art market. Giclée (pronounced
"zheeclay") reproductions were originally developed as a plateless
method of fine art printing.
Developers have worked strenuously for years on this process to
calibrate the giclée production into the amazing medium it is today.
With the Iris giclée process, nozzles lavish up to a million microscopic
droplets per second onto fine art paper, creating a 7 million color
range that is broader than a serigraph and has a greater visual
resolution than a traditional lithograph.
the latest giclée ink technology, Icon Editions Ltd is proud to
offer works that are of the highest quality available in the marketplace
today. Giclée prints can be found in galleries and museums all over
the world, including the Louvre,
New York's Metropolitan
Museum, the Guggenheim,
the National Museum of Mexico, the Corcoran
in Washington, DC, and the High
Museum in Atlanta.