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when ordering prints of artwork, there are two types available-


 giclee and standard

What's the difference?

The main difference is that giclee prints are made using only the best and highest quality materials and inks. The papers, canvases, and inks used in the giclee process have a very long lifespan and as such, they are called ‘fully archival’ and can last anywhere from 100 to 200 years without any significant deterioration, fading, or yellowing.  

On the other hand, standard prints are made using lower-quality dye-based inks and papers that can fade and decline more quickly.

archival giclee prints

standard prints

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