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18x24 "Distressed Chesapeake Blue Crab Canvas with FREE Personalization"

18x24 "Distressed Chesapeake Blue Crab Canvas with FREE Personalization"

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: canvas, gloss varnish
  • Made to order
  • Favorited by: 13 people
  • Gift wrapping and message available
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18x24 on 1.5 inch wide profile "Distressed Chesapeake Blue Crab" Giclee Print with Free Personalization

-Enjoy FREE personalization on TOP. This print does not come with the words Blue Crab or fresh daily. At checkout please leave me the name or wordage to be added at top. Select red or blue paint for personalization.

-A second line of words can be added for an additional $8.00. Please message me to add a second line.

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Mia

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A Giclée ("properly" pronounced zhee-clay and sometimes spelled "Gyclée", "Glycée" or "Glicée", or without the accents) is the highest apparent resolution fine art print available today, made with state of the art printing technologies. The term is a neologism derived from a French root meaning squirting or spraying of ink – this is because the patented printing technology forms the image by squirting microscopically fine ink droplets on the medium, usually somewhere around 1,800 dots per inch. A small sized print can easily include about 20 billion ink droplets. The inks must be specially formulated and compatible with the extreme fineness of the printer head. The fine printer head sprays out microscopic droplets that vary in size and density, similar to the size, density and variation found in red blood cells. This increases the precision of the image, the apparent resolution, and the color spectrum. It also allows a more finely differentiated palette and smoother gradient transitions. 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. Lithographs and other traditional printing methods are usually based on a 4 color inkset. Our Giclée printers use 8 colors of ink (cyan, light cyan, magenta, light magenta, yellow, black, light black, and light light black). The different colors of ink mix on the surface of the paper or canvas, so the colors are bright and uniform, even when examined up close.
18x24 on 1.5 inch wide profile "Distressed Chesapeake Blue Crab" Giclee Print with Free Personalization

-Enjoy FREE personalization on TOP. This print does not come with the words Blue Crab or fresh daily. At checkout please leave me the name or wordage to be added at top. Select red or blue paint for personalization.

-A second line of words can be added for an additional $8.00. Please message me to add a second line.

Thank you for stopping by,
Mia

Please vist and become a fan here: on.fb.me/1gGYM31



A Giclée ("properly" pronounced zhee-clay and sometimes spelled "Gyclée", "Glycée" or "Glicée", or without the accents) is the highest apparent resolution fine art print available today, made with state of the art printing technologies. The term is a neologism derived from a French root meaning squirting or spraying of ink – this is because the patented printing technology forms the image by squirting microscopically fine ink droplets on the medium, usually somewhere around 1,800 dots per inch. A small sized print can easily include about 20 billion ink droplets. The inks must be specially formulated and compatible with the extreme fineness of the printer head. The fine printer head sprays out microscopic droplets that vary in size and density, similar to the size, density and variation found in red blood cells. This increases the precision of the image, the apparent resolution, and the color spectrum. It also allows a more finely differentiated palette and smoother gradient transitions. 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. Lithographs and other traditional printing methods are usually based on a 4 color inkset. Our Giclée printers use 8 colors of ink (cyan, light cyan, magenta, light magenta, yellow, black, light black, and light light black). The different colors of ink mix on the surface of the paper or canvas, so the colors are bright and uniform, even when examined up close.

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