Hi there, and sorry if this topic will perhaps not fit the cathegory in the end. The new fashion in this digital-all era is to rename the goodol' things everybody used to do every day with misterious and ascetic names, just to have something mean shine as if it was special. I have recently been to an exhibition in Torino where perfectly normal inkjet prints were renamed "ultrasonic something photocolor" and perfectly normal b/w photographs were named with the alchemic term "silver salts paper" instead of the usual "gelatine silver bromide etc.", perhaps to raise the suspect that the paper was handmade recreating the old salted paper process (it was an ordinary Ilford Multigrade in best case scenario). Well, among all, one name I really couldn't associate to anything I know was: "True black fine-art glicee" (SIC, no italian to english translation) with a tonic accent on the first "e", a la francaise. What is that? A coal inkjet print perhaps?