The print is made in the highest quality and is called in the giclée (pronounced "zhee-clay"). The technique is attributed to Frenchman Jack Duganne, who in 1991 was the first to use giclée for the production of high quality art prints. It is not a cheap printing technique, which is why giclée prints are used primarily for the production of exclusive printing. Giclee prints are produced from a digital source, typically a high resolution digital photo. Then use a professional inkjet printer to spray the colors on the paper or canvas, often in a quite thick layer. Today, it is perceived by many as a modern high-quality lithography.