Looking After Your Limited Edition Giclée Print
Giclée prints rival traditional printing processes used by museums and art galleries. Being light-fast and using acid free, archival paper means that a giclée print is not just the best quality, but it has a much longer life span than most other printing methods, nevertheless it is always advisable not to hang any artwork in direct sunlight as this will cause fading unless you protect it with UV glass.
What does Giclée mean?
Original artwork is copied digitally making sure that the colours, tones and hues stay as faithful as possible to the original art work. During printing, pigment based inks are squirted or sprayed onto high quality heavyweight archival paper to produce superior prints with light-fastness and stability. Cheaper printing processes such as laser print are not the same quality nor do they have light-fastness and stability.