Example of a printed Giclée

A Giclée is printing process that involves spraying microscopic dots of ink onto fine-quality paper or canvas with lightfast, archival inks that remain true colour for about 80-100 years, an estimate which may be influenced by external circumstances such as pollution and how the print is exposed to sunlight. Direct sunlight = 1000 hours indirect sunlight. Therefore, if you were to hang a Giclée in the Sun, the colours would bleach rapidly. This is in fact how lightfastness is tested and predicted.

The Museum grade Giclées offered on this website are printed on demand with archival ink on high quality aquarelle paper by a specialised company in Belgium. You can either order a hand signed or regular version.
The hand signed (by the artist) Giclées are limited editions of 10 maximum, therefore if not listed, it means that they are sold out. Formats may vary depending on the art series.
At the moment, there is only one series available but more will be added soon, so stay tuned:

Giclées of the Human error series
Art series by Rudolf Boogerman (Raboo) using generative adversarial networks and image editing to express ideas about human nature and (r)evolution.

PS: 1% of revenue from these Giclées will be used to sponsor Carbon removal technologies. More info:

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