Giclées have the highest apparent resolution available today - as high as 1,800 dpi - because a variable dot size is used to create the density of color on the print, instead of equally sized dots which can only achieve an effect of 600-1000 dpi. In addition, since no screens are used, the prints have a higher apparent resolution than lithographs and a color range that exceeds that of serigraphy. Displaying a full color spectrum, giclée prints capture every nuance of an original and have gained wide acceptance from artists and galleries throughout the world.
All the cutting-edge digital technology in the world means nothing without the highest quality inks. In recent years, significant advances in giclée inks have resulted in prints with broader, more saturated color ranges, as well as dramatic improvements in color permanence.