Pronounced "zhee-klay" the
French word "giclée" is a noun that
means a spray or a spurt of liquid.
The term "giclee print" connotes an elevation
in printmaking technology. Images are generated
from high resolution digital scans
and printed with archival quality inks onto various
archival substrates including canvas, fine art
rag paper, and photo-base paper.
The giclée printing process provides better color
accuracy than other means of reproduction.
Each of Bill Nelson's illustrations are printed
on Fine Art Verona paper, a 250-gram, smooth,
matte finish,100% cotton paper
designed specifically for fine art applications. For
an additional fee Bill Nelson will personalize
your Fine Art Print with a small
sketch in the border or a custom hand-drawing,
making it a true one-of-a-kind Fine Art Print.