Giclee prints are one of the most modern forms of art print. The term giclee emerged in the 1990s to designate high-quality inkjet prints of fine art. This term was coined by Jack Duganne, as in French it means to spray or squirt. Inkjet printers can spray over 4 million droplets of ink per second. Originally, the term giclee only referred to prints made with Iris printers, but over time it came to be used for all fine art inkjet prints. The word giclee may also describe prints of posters and advertisements.