Print quality


Giclée (pronounced ‘zgee-KLAY’) derives from the French verb gicler, which means ‘to squirt’. It is a popular method of creating limited edition fine art prints. Unlike lithography the process does not require a printing plate and as such is not as expensive to produce.

Giclée printed on various media, watercolours on watercolour paper or oil paintings on canvas for instance. Giclée prints are also so colour exact that they are virtually indistinguishable from the original.

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Quality digital

A high quality inkjet print on thick paper, approximately 300 gsm.

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Edinburgh Sketcher is a sketch blog from Mark Kirkham, an illustrator and designer living in Edinburgh, Scotland's capital city. Using a wide range of mediums including ink, watercolour, pencil, oil paint, charcoal and collage. Available for illustration commission, please get in touch at for more information.