What's the Difference Between a Giclee Print and a Standard Print?

What's the Difference Between a Giclee Print and a Standard Print?

The main difference between a standard print and a giclee print is that giclee prints are made using only the best and most expensive 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. 

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