- n. alternative spelling of giclée.
“A giclee is a nice inkjet print, but inkjet nonetheless.”
“A giclee is a high-resolution reproduction done on a special large format printer.”
“A giclee is a three-dimensional copy of a painting made by a specialized inkjet printer.”
“But there is more, or perhaps less: the images are what is known as giclee prints, which means they are produced by a high-grade ink-jet printer.”
“The vague and ambiguous term "giclee" is being used as an euphemism for a -reproduction/poster-.”
“What you might not know, is that "giclee" not only translates to "spurt" in French, but is also common slang for "ejaculation.”
“They include original drawings by Sarkozy senior and around 50 "giclee" art prints jointly created by him and Hornung and are selling for prices between 3,000-14,000 euros (4,120-19,220 dollars) apiece.”
“Today, I saw, and learned the word 'giclee' for the first time.”
“Some buyers on ebay think they are winning \ buying a hand signed "giclee" Picasso, far fetched idea but it happens.”
“I have had these in the past, after my discovery of the Collection Domaine Picasso I have not gone near them, as a matter of fact I don't believe I will ever go near a "giclee" again.”
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