giclee printing or a reproduction is a COPY of an original artwork which
has a life of 100 + years with water resistance property. All Canvas prints
which produced by printposters are original Giclee prints.

Giclee Print

The word Giclée, is derived from the French verb gicler meaning “to squirt
or  spray”, Giclee, is used to describe a fine art digital printing process
combining  pigment  based  inks with high quality archival quality paper to
achieve  Giclée  prints  of  superior  archival quality, light fastness and
stability.  Pigment  based image has largest colour gamut. Giclee prints or
gallery  wrap  Canvas prints is the same as both produce from pigment based
inks  which  originally  has  water  resistance property with longest life.
Giclée  printing  is  a process that uses fade-resistant, archival inks and
archival  substrates  to print on large format printers. Giclée printing is
often  used  by  artists  to  make reproductions of their original artwork,
photographs  or  computer-generated  art  for  resale  while preserving the
original prints .

Many museums across the world have either hanging exhibitions of giclees or
gallery wrap prints.

How  long  do  giclée  prints last? We use Epson or Canon archival inks and
only  the  finest  acid  free  substrates,  so  you can count on your print
lasting  for  well  over  100  years. If your print is framed and hung in a
location with no direct sunlight, it will last even longer.

So if you want original Giclee print then ask this question to you supplier

Which printer supplier is using?

Does  he  uses  original inks as this will only give original Giclee prints
for the logest life?

Does supplier is using acid free Canvas (media)?

Supplier  is  not  using  any  coat on the Canvas prints as original Giclee
print does not required any coating as original inks has all this property?

To  be able to make such a high-quality Giclee print, the camera or scanner
used  to capture or scan the art must be able to do so with a high level of
resolution  scanner.  To  compare,  most  digital  photos are recorded at a
resolution  of 72 DPI on the screen, or “dots per inch,” and the image file
of  an  art  print  needs  to  be at least 300 DPI—because the more dots of
colour  that  can  be printed in a small area, the more detailed your final
image will appear. This Inject printer produces 4800 resolution printing or
2400 DPI.

An  upgrade  from  the  standard giclée print, these exceptional art prints
feature  thick  Canvas  (340 - 400 gsm) made from alpha cellulous wood pulp
that  is acid and lignin free. Prints are created using a sophisticated and
patented  digital  printing  process  known as "giclée," which only achives
from printer like Epson and Canon. No other printer can produce this print.

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