'Muskola, Muskola' Limited Edition Giclee Print
42 x 60 cm
Edition of 100
Signed and dated
All prints are giclee (pronounced gee-clay) on Hahnemuhle Pearl slightly textured 285 g.s.m. (grams per square meter) semi-gloss paper. It is made by Hahnemuhle fine arts in Germany and prints can last more than one hundred years.
What is a giclée print?
Giclee comes from French and translated literally means “squirt”, which in this case refers to the process by which the ink is applied to the paper. The nozzles of an inkjet printer spray a pattern of very fine drops onto the paper that later form the picture. The term giclee connotes an artwork, a photograph or a digitally produced work reproduced on an inkjet printer. The image is generated onto coated, archival artist’s paper using pigmented inks (UV resistant).