What's the difference between giclée prints and inkjet prints?
Giclée’s are fine art digital prints made using high quality inkjet printers on archival substrates
The four big differences:
Giclée printers use more colours than regular inkjet printers resulting in superior depth of colour
Extremely tiny, high quality nozzles produce very fine resolution
Substrate on which it’s printed
Substrate refers to the paper on which the print is printed. Giclée prints are done on heavier archival substrates, providing strength and a proper foundation for the inks
Giclée printers use pigment inks rather than dyes, resulting in a museum quality ‘life-time’ piece that will not degrade for 100 years