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Archival Pigment Print or Archival Fine Art Print, is a type of inkjet print used in fine art reproductions, also sometimes referred to as a Giclée. Artwork reproduced as a fine art print typically mirrors the look of a physical piece of art. The purchase of an Archival Pigment Print does come at a higher price than a traditional offset lithograph print, however, no other reproduction process can match the quality of an Archival Pigment Print, nor come as close to reproducing the artist’s original work of art. We print on a variety of archival acid-free 100% cotton papers using Epson UltraChrome HDX inks. These inks can provide print permanence ratings of up to 200 years for color prints, and likely in excess of 400 years for black and white prints, producing collectible works of art capable of lasting many generations. It’s the ultimate way to preserve the legacy of an artist.

Most of the small pigment prints in this section are Open Editions, which means we will keep them in print for a very long time. They are not part of a numbered edition, however they all come signed!